allow for any number of points per question or points per choice for each question.
I'm making a rubric that needs scores per question of 0-4. There are currently only options for questions that are either 5 or 10 points. Also, only points 1-5 are options for answers. There should be any number of points you choose per question/answer choice.
Nuno Luz commented
We need this, its incredible how you haven't added this.
Google forms is so much better
definitely - please do this feature ASAP! Why do Microsoft have so many missing features!? Do you listen to your customers?
Having quizzes without the ability to score them seems a bit short-sighted
With Teams integration for quizzes etc... this is a requirement. You need to allow for different forms of quizzes
An absolute necessity to make the Forms quizzes useful beyond trivial tech.
Partial credit for not so perfect answers..
Jennifer Pelletier commented
Hi, we need different point values for multiple answers to a question. Please!
I would like to add point scores to multiple choice answers on Microsoft Forms question answers to generate multiple overall scores. This will help me to categorise feedback and make more-informed decisions.
I have a list of questions with the same options (it's a likert, but since forms stops at 10 questions for likert, I have to do it as regular questions with 5 options) I'd like them scored uniformly, HOWEVER would like the option to have some questions reverse-scored. e.g. the first 5 questions are scored 0 for option1, 1 for option2, 2 for option3, 3 for option4 and 4 for option5. the next 5 questions are phrased in the negative, so I need them scored as 4 for option1, 3 for option2, etc.
Joseph Padua commented
this is something that we really need because we would like each choice to have different scores or treatments. thanks!
I need to assign different points to each choice. This solution can be used with health assessments, functional disability scales. All answers are correct, but each has different value.
it would be interesting to enter the type of question that provides a different score for each answer. The answers are all correct but have different scores.