September 23, 2017

Create a Self-Grading Quiz Using Google Forms

WOW!  If you are not using Quizzes in Google Forms, you are missing a out on a huge (HUGE)  time saver!  You are able to quickly create, deliver and grade assignments or assessments. With Quizzes, you can select correct answers for multiple choice and checkbox questions to reduce repetitive grading.

Plus, it is SO easy to set up your quiz!

You can start with a blank form or use a form you’ve used before.
  1. Go to forms.google.com.
  2. Click New Form Add.
  3. At the top right, click Settings Settings.
  4. Click Quizzes.
  5. Click Make this a quiz.
  6. Click Save.
 After students have taken the quiz, you will automatically see automatic summaries of all the responses to a quiz, including:
  • Frequently missed questions
  • Graphs marked with correct answers
  • Average, median, and range of scores

If you collect email addresses, you can assign points and leave feedback on individual responses to send later. After you grade a response, be sure to save your changes.
  1. In Google Forms, open a quiz.
  2. At the top, click Responses.
  3. Click Individual.
  4. To move between responses, click Previous Previous or Next Next.
  5. Find the question you want to grade.
    • In the top right, enter how many points the response earned.
    • Under the answer, click Add individual feedback.
  6. Enter your feedback and click Save.
  7. To save your changes, click Save.
  8. When you’re ready, you can email scores to individuals.

Sending results via Email

Step 1: Collect email addresses

  1. In Google Forms, open a quiz.
  2. At the top right, click Settings Settings.
  3. Under "General," click Collect email address.

Step 2: Choose when to release grades

  1. At the top right, click Settings Settings.
  2. Click Quizzes.
  3. Choose an option:
    • Immediately after each submission: Choose this option if you want people to get their results right away.
    • Later, after manual review: Choose this option if you want to email results to people later.

Step 3: Email results

There are two ways to send email scores to respondents from the "Responses" section.

From the "Summary" tab

  1. Click Summary.
  2. Scroll down until you see "Scores."
  3. Click Release scores.
  4. Check the boxes next to who you want to email.
  5. Click Send emails and release.

From the "Individual" tab

  1. Click Individual.
  2. At the top right, click Release score.
  3. Check the boxes next to who you want to email.
  4. Click Send emails and release.
Want to know more?  Need additional help?  Please contact me! 

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