1. True / False


In a True/False question, you enter different statements that are either true or false. The student’s task is to correctly mark it as true or false. See the example in the figure.

By default, letters are used for the statements (A, B, C, D etc.). You can also choose numbers or roman numerals if you like. You can also add more statements by clicking the button “Add more” or remove statements by clicking on the trash can (see the right of the figure). If you like, you tick “Randomize the order of the options”. The purpose of randomizing is to make it harder for students to look at each other and cheat.

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Created by Patrik Nilsson on 2019/06/25 09:29