Mole Essay Questions

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Question Types

There are 17 different question types with which to build your assessment with. Here is a brief breakdown of each one.

Calculated Formula

This question contains a formula, the variables of which are set to change for each student. The variable range is created by specifying a minimum value and a maximum value for each variable. Answer sets are randomly generated. The correct answer is a specific value or a range of values. Partial credit may be granted for answers falling within a range.

Calculated Numeric

This question resembles a fill-in-the-blank question. The student enters a number to complete a statement. The correct answer is a specific number or within a range of numbers. Please note that the answer must be numeric, not alphanumeric.

Either/Or

Students are presented with a statement and asked to respond using a selection of pre-defined two-choice answers, such as: Yes/No, Agree/Disagree. It is a slight variation on the True/False question type, except more descriptive and meaningful answers may be used.

Essay questions

Students are given the opportunity to type an answer into a text field. Sample answers are added for users or Graders to use as a reference. These types of questions must be graded manually in the Grade Center. Essay questions may use the Math and Science Notation Tool.

File Response Questions

Students upload a file from the local drive or from Content Management as the answer to the question. This type of question is graded manually.

Fill in the Blank Questions

Fill in the Blank answers are evaluated based on an exact text match. Accordingly, it is important to keep the answers simple and limited to as few words as possible. Answers are not case sensitive, but are evaluated based on spelling.

Fill In Multiple Blanks Questions

This question type builds on fill-in-the-blank questions with multiple fill in the blank responses that are inserted into a sentence or paragraph. Separate sets of answers are defined for each blank.

Hot Spot Questions

Students indicate the answer by marking a specific point on an image. A range of pixel coordinates is used to define the correct answer. Hot Spot refers to the area of an image that, when selected, yields a correct answer.

Jumbled Sentence Questions

Students are shown a sentence with a few parts of the sentence as variables. The user selects the proper answer for each variable from drop-down lists to assemble the sentence.

Matching Questions

Matching questions allow Students to pair items in one column to items in another column. Instructors may include a different numbers of questions and answers in a Matching question.

Multiple Answer Questions

Multiple answer questions allow users to choose more than one answer. The number of answer choices is limited to 20.

Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple-choice questions allow the users a multitude of choices with only one correct answer. The number of answer choices is limited to 20.

Opinion Scale/Likert Questions

Question type based on a rating scale designed to measure attitudes or reactions. This type of question is popular to use in surveys in order to get a comparable scale of opinion.

Ordering Questions

Ordering questions require students to provide an answer by selecting the correct order of a series of items. For example, an Instructor may give users a list of historical events and ask them to place these events in chronological order. Students will be granted partial credit for ordering questions if they answer part of the question correctly.

Quiz Bowl Questions

Students are shown the answer and responds by entering the correct question into a text box. An answer must include a phrase and a question word, such as whom, what, or where, to be marked as correct.

Short Answer Questions

Short Answer questions are similar to essay questions. The length of the answer is limited to a specified number of rows in the text box. Essay questions, Short Answer questions must be graded manually.

True/False Questions

True/False questions allow the user to choose either true or false.

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