Ask for multiple 'short answers' on one slide

Community Beginner ,
Apr 04, 2019 Apr 04, 2019

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Hey there,

I'd like to add a quiz slide which asks the user to type in four answers. The question goes like this:
Name the four verbs in the following sentence: [sentence]

The user then has to type in four correct answers. The only thing I could find out is that the 'short answer' slide allows to add an unlimited amount of correct answers and if the user names on of them, the whole slide is marked as correct. However, in this case, the user will have to type in four individual correct answers.

Any ideas how I can do this?

Thank you!

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Most Valuable Participant , Apr 04, 2019 Apr 04, 2019
You want to score the answers individually? In that case use Text Entry Boxes on a custom question slide. Each of the TEB's can have a score.

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You want to score the answers individually? In that case use Text Entry Boxes on a custom question slide. Each of the TEB's can have a score.

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I didn't think of that! Thank you!

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You might also need to tell the user that they will have to type them in the order that they occur in the sentence, then you can just add one verb as the correct answer in each TEB.

Otherwise, if there is no implied order, you'd have to add all verbs in each and every text entry box as possible answers, but then the user could just type the same verb in all of them to get the answers all marked correct.

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That makes sense, thank you! I guess TEB's are the easiest way then!

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