You can mark questions on the quiz as a sample. Thus, it is possible to show explanatory examples before filling in.
After completing the quiz, the program automatically displays the results. There are several ways to display the results:
- All questions, along with answers
In this case, the complete quiz is displayed, showing the correct answer in case of an incorrect answer.
- All questions, but only the results are visible
In this case, the full quiz is displayed, but only the results show that the answer was correct or incorrect.
- Just the faulty questions, along with the answers
In this case, only the faulty questions are displayed, showing which was the correct answer.
- Only the faulty questions, and only the result
In this case, too, only the incorrect questions are displayed, but only with an indication of what the incorrect answer was.
- No result display
For example, in the case of questionnaires.
The scope determines the context in which the QuizOffice operates. By default, a Personal Scope is created for everyone. It is possible to use QuizOffice as a Student, Teacher, or Parent in your personal scope. When a school invites a teacher, or a teacher invites a student to a class, a new scope is automatically created through which the teacher can manage his or her school classes or the student can complete the quizzes assigned to him or her.
With the help of scopes, a teacher can belong to more than one school, or a student can be part of several groups of students. The scope can be selected from the list in the upper left corner.
The role allows the page to be used in multiple roles.
As a student, you have the opportunity to purchase credits, redeem them for quizzes, and complete quizzes.
As a teacher, you can create quizzes and classes, and invite students to the class and assign quizzes to the classes.
The parent can invite students as children, giving the parent the opportunity to follow the quizzes completed by the children and review their results. Roles can be set on the user profile page.
As a teacher, you can create classes to which students can be invited. By assigning the quizzes, students will have the opportunity to complete them. A class can only be created by teacher within the personal or school scope.