You can create a new blank quiz from your homepage page as soon as you logged into your account. Select the ✒️ Create tab option.
Then, click the Create new quiz button.
The action will take you to our quiz editor, where you can finally add your quiz title, questions, and answers. You can also align your quiz to a standard or topic and tag each question to a curriculum skill.
Click on the Add a new question button to enter your first question.
Answer Explanation: If a student answers a question wrong, you can have an explanation appear before moving to the next question.
Subtopic/Skill: The topic or skill the question tests. After the quiz, you will be able to see your students' level of proficiency for the different subtopics you've tagged. For even better data insights, click 'Align quiz to standard or topic' to match your quiz and its questions to the specific curriculum your school uses.
If your quiz is aligned to a curriculum, a drop-down of curriculum skills will provide options to select for the question.
If your quiz is not aligned to a curriculum, you can enter custom subtopics instead.
Duration: The length of time students have to answer the question. The default setting is 30 seconds, but you can adjust it from 5 seconds to 5 minutes.
The timer affects a student's score. However, you can turn off the timer altogether when you assign the quiz to your class. You can find out more about it here.
Add Image: Upload an image to accompany your question or answers. The maximum file size is 5Mb.
Add Audio: Upload an audio file to accompany your question. The maximum file size is 5Mb.
Read aloud: Toggle this on to give the students an option to have the question and answers read aloud. Learn more here.
You can rearrange the question order by clicking the up and down arrows, duplicating a question, editing or deleting one.
When you've completed your quiz, click the Save and give to class button to assign it to your class right away, or the Save to my library to give it to your class at a later date.
Check out the sample video below:
And that's it! You're now ready to use Quizalize in class.
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