Self-Check Quiz Templates


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Want to give your students a quiz and then have the computer grade it for you? Then check out these templates! Students can take the quizzes on any online device – a computer, an iPad, a tablet, a smart phone, etc!


Self-Check Quiz Templates

I have completely redesigned and updated my self-check quiz templates! They should be much easier to use and they offer some new features as well!

☞  5 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  10 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  15 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  20 Question Self-Check Quiz

(If you are fond of the old ones and want to keep using them, you can still find them at my old site.)


Screenshot with sample students and data:


Overview:

  1. Students take a quiz using the provided form.
  2. Their answers  are collected into a Google Spreadsheet.
  3. The teacher enters the answer key answers.
  4. The quizzes are automatically scored!

 

Using the Self-Check quiz templates:

  1. Make sure you are logged in to your Google/Gmail account.
  2. Click one of the links below.
  3. Click the “Make a copy” link.
    (A copy of the document will be added to your Google drive.)
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions:

☞  5 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  10 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  15 Question Self-Check Quiz

☞  20 Question Self-Check Quiz


 

Cool New Features:

  • Step-by-step on-screen instructions make it easy to use. Just click through the tabs at the bottom of the page.
  • You can add images or videos to the form/quiz.
  • Allows students to enter a nickname or ID to protect their identity.
  • Score the quizzes using a projector in front of the students without revealing their names!
  • Group results are calculated showing how many students missed each question.
  • Student names are automatically displayed alphabetically by class.
  • Shows student answers on the “scoring” sheet.
  • Give the quiz to multiple classes and then use the provided filter option to view results of one class at a time.

Comments

  1. 5 question sheets quiz: The barcode scans “rate limit exceeded.”
    Please advise.

    Tammie
    Dallas Nov. 3

  2. Thank you! You are the best!

  3. I made a quiz using your 5 question template and placed the quiz on my teacher webpage at school, but now I don’t know how to get back to the results. Please help.

    • Loraine,

      Just go to drive.google.com and make sure you’re logged into your account. The quiz spreadsheet should be there with the results.

      – Tammy

  4. Could you please add a time/date stamp on the next version? I need to know when the students have filled out the form without taking it down from my blog.

    Also, I tried copying one that I had already used (your 5 question quiz), but it didn’t format the same. It took off the class period and changed it to name. so, all 5 of my classes are now are in alpha order instead of sorted alpha by class. It worked best to download a new one and restart.

    I still love what all you make the form do. Thank you!

  5. Emily F. says:

    How do I clear out the student responses? I edited a quiz and then tested it out using fake information. I would like to use this, but am not sure how to clear out the fake data I created without messing up the form. Please advise.

    • Emily,

      The best way is just to start over from the template and create a new one. I’m hoping to add a “clear” button to it when I have time, but that will probably be fall.

  6. ppizziti says:

    Thank you so much for your “Quick Start to Google Tools”…I am checking out your web page, and SO appreciate the step by step guides to preparing quizzes…can’t wait to try!! thanks again!

  7. Hello,
    Do happen to have a multiple choice quiz that is already done so all I have to do is change the information on it? This template doesn’t.
    Thanks
    Denice

  8. Does it make any difference if I create the answer key first or wait until after the students have taken the quiz to put in the correct answers?

  9. HI! I love the self grading quiz templates, but mine are not grading correctly. Does capitalization make a difference? Any suggestions?

    • Hi Donna,

      Thanks! The answers are not case-sensitive. So if the answer is “Topeka”, it will count it right if a student enters “Topeka” or “topeka.” To work around that, on the #5 sheet, you can change the green checkmark beside the student’s answer to an “x”. I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have other issues.

      – Tammy

      • thank! It is actually marking some wrong that should be correct.

        • Hi Donna,

          Check the answers on the “4.Student Answer” sheet and make sure that their answers don’t contain any spaces. There might be a space either before or after their answer and that could be causing the mis-match. I’m wondering if I could change the formula to “contains” instead of “equals” so that wouldn’t be an issue. Hmmm…

          – Tammy

  10. Molly Ream says:

    Thanks Tammy ! These templates are fantastic and so much easier to use than some of the other quiz apps out there ! Thanks for sharing !

  11. I am using the 5 question quiz but I do not see where I enter the correct answer so that the quizzes can be graded.

    • Hi Deborah,

      You’ll enter the correct answers in the yellow cells at the top of the “5. Scores with IDs” sheet. I hope you find the template helpful!

      – Tammy

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