Multiple Choice Questions (with single selection enforced)

A Multiple Choice Questions (with single selection enforced) is one in which a question text has multiple options associated with it, any one of which may be selected by the participant as a response.  Choosing a different option after first selecting an option (but before submitting the response using the "Submit" button) has the effect of changing the participant's selected option to be submitted.

Feedback fields are available for each optuion, so that an author can specify the feedback to be provided to a participant depending on the option chosen by the participant.

If appropriate, the question author may choose a "correct" option which is to be compared with participant responses for the purposes of determining a score or grade. 

See also:  Question Type

Information Questions; Multiple Choice Questions (with single selection enforced); Multiple Choice Questions (with multiple selections permitted); Text Response Questions; Numeric Response Questions; Likert Questions; Hotspot Questions (with single zone selection enforced); Hotspot Questions (with multiple zone selections permitted); Label Questions (text or numeric responses required); Label Questions (selecting from a drop-down list); Peer Assessment Questions.

Categories: Xorro-Q, Facilitators.
Tags: Question Type.