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A single choice question offers learners several choices with only one correct answer.
Multiple choice question type presupposes that more than one answer may be correct. Multiple choice questions are less susceptible to guessing than true/false questions, so it makes them a more reliable means of assessment.
The logic behind this question type is that you’re creating a question with image options, not text options. There is only one correct answer in this question type.
Text matching question consists of two rows of text represented by jigsaw pieces. Learners have to match the corresponding pairs.
Drag and Drop question allows you to add interactivity to objects on the screen by designating drag text items and drop targets.
Statement question allows you to check a number of facts in one question on a single page. A learner has to indicate whether they are true or false.
Hotspot question allows you to present learners with an image and let them identify one or more spots on that image. It is a very graphical way to assess your learners.
Open question is a question that cannot be answered with just “yes” or “no” but requires an exhaustive reply. Learners have to type an answer into a text field.