Turn any survey into a quiz by adding quiz questions! When people answer a quiz question, you can tell them whether they got the answer right, or keep their scores to yourself. When you analyze your results, you'll get overall score statistics, and individual scores for each person that took the quiz.

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Creating a Quiz

Add a Quiz Question

You can make any survey into a quiz by adding at least one quiz question to your survey.

TIP! When you create a new survey from scratch and choose the Quiz category, any new Multiple Choice, Checkbox, Image Choice, or Dropdown questions you add will have scoring turned on by default.

To add a quiz question:

  1. Create a Multiple Choice, Checkbox, Image Choice, or Dropdown question and add the question text and answer choices you need.
  2. Select Score this question (enable quiz mode)—this makes it into a quiz question with scoring.
  3. Define which answers are correct by clicking the empty checkmark icon to the left of an answer choice. The checkmark icon fills in to indicate that it's the correct answer. You can choose more than one correct answer.
  4. Adjust the point value of any correct answer choice by clicking the up and down arrows next to the point value.
  5. Click Save.
Scoring Checkbox Questions

If your Checkbox or Image Choice quiz question uses checkboxes to allow more than one answer, you should require people to select a specific number of answer choices.

Otherwise, since points aren't deducted for incorrect answers, even if someone selects a wrong answer in addition to the correct ones, they'd still get the full points for the question—which might lead to a confusing final score.

For example, if there are two correct answers to the question, you should require that respondents select exactly 2 choices.

TIP! In the question text, make sure to tell people how many answer choices they should select.

Add Custom Feedback to a Quiz Question

QUIZZES PRO: You can only show custom feedback on some paid plans—see if it’s on your plan.

You can display different feedback to people based on whether their answer is correct, incorrect, or partially correct on the Quiz Results Page. For example, if someone gets a question right, you can tell them “Good job, friend.” If they get it wrong, you can say "Better luck next time" or tell them the right answer.

To add custom feedback to a quiz question:

  1. Click a quiz question to edit it.
  2. Click the Options tab.
  3. Click Add Custom Feedback to Question.
  4. Enter feedback for each outcome.


Assigning Points

The points people earn for each question get added up to their total score when they finish the quiz. The default point value for a correct answer is 1, but you can assign more than one point to any correct answer choice.

You can't assign negative points to an answer choice.

Max Score

When you're editing a quiz question, you can see the maximum number of points someone can earn for that question.

  • For Dropdown or Multiple Choice questions (where only one answer is allowed), the max score is equal to the highest point value assigned to an answer choice in the question.
  • For Multiple Choice questions using checkboxes (where respondents can choose more than one answer), the max score is equal to total point value across all answer choices (regardless of whether you require a limit or range of answer choices).

When someone gets the max score for a question, the question is considered correct in the question summary and in their individual response in the results.

Partial Credit

You can set up your quiz so that people can get partial credit for choosing certain answers. For example, you can assign 2 points to the best answer, and 1 point to the answer choice you want to give partial credit for. If the respondent gets partial credit (not the max score possible for the question), their individual response will show that they got the question "partially correct".


Showing People Their Score

Show Quiz Results at the End of the Quiz

You can choose whether you want to show someone their score, and a summary of how they did on each quiz question, when they finish the quiz. The quiz results page only includes quiz questions—questions without scoring aren't included.

Unlike Instant Results, the quiz results page only shows the respondent's own score. No one can see other people's scores.

To display quiz results to respondents at the end of a quiz:

  1. In the left sidebar, click Options.
  2. Make sure quiz mode is enabled.
  3. Select Display Quiz Results.
  4. (Optional) If you don't want respondents to see the correct answers to the questions they got wrong, deselect Show correct answers to incorrect responses.

Display Quiz Results is not available when using Kiosk Mode.

The following logic options are not compatible with Display Quiz Results:

If you add incompatible logic to a survey when Display Quiz Results is turned on, the Quiz Results Page will be automatically disabled.

Show Custom Feedback on the Quiz Results Page

QUIZZES PRO: You can only show custom feedback on some paid plans—see if it’s on your plan.

When the Display Quiz Results setting is turned on, you can show custom feedback at the end of a quiz (an image, text, or both). It'll display at the top of the quiz results page, right above the score.

You can either add a general message that everyone sees no matter what score they get, or you can show different feedback for different score ranges. For example, you can tell people that score 95% to 99% "Almost perfect! You should be proud."

Show a General Message for Everyone

To add custom feedback at the end of the quiz:

  1. Go to the Options section of the left sidebar.
  2. Select Show quiz feedback at end.
  3. Select General Message.
  4. Click Enter Feedback.
  5. In the General Message textbox, enter the text you want to show to people after they finish the quiz.
  6. (Optional) Click + Image to add an image.
  7. Click Save.
Show Different Messages Based on Score

To add custom feedback based on score:

  1. Go to the Options section of the left sidebar.
  2. Select Show quiz feedback at end.
  3. Select Based on score percentage or points.
  4. Click + Range.
  5. From the dropdown menu, choose whether you want to define score ranges by Percentage or Points.
  6. In the Range 1 section, enter the first range of scores that you want to create a custom feedback message for.
  7. In the textbox, enter the message you want to show to people who get a score within the range.
  8. (Optional) Click + Image to add an image.
  9. Repeat steps 4-8 for any more score ranges you want to display custom feedback for.
  10. Click Save.

Email People Their Quiz Results

QUIZZES PRO: You can only email quiz results on some paid plans—see if it’s on your plan.

If you send your quiz via email invitation, you can turn on the Email Quiz Results collector option to email people their quiz results. When they finish the quiz, we'll email them a link to the quiz results page where they can view their results.


Analyzing Quiz Results

Overall Quiz Summary

The Quiz Summary at the top of the Analyze Results page shows you how everyone performed on the quiz overall.

You can apply filter or compare rules to focus on a subset of your data. Any filter or compare rules applied are reflected in the Quiz Summary. Show rules aren't reflected in the Quiz Summary.

Learn more about the different parts of your Quiz Summary below.

Average Quiz Score

The average score for all respondents displays as both a percent and as the average number of points over total points possible.

Score Distribution

A bar chart shows the score distribution of respondents. Each bar in the chart represents a range of scores. Hover over a bar in the chart to view the range as point totals.

Quiz Statistics


Lowest Score/Highest ScoreThe lowest and highest score a respondent received.
MeanThe average score among all respondents.
MedianThe score that falls in the middle of the score distribution.
Standard DeviationThe amount of spread or distance from the mean.


Question Rankings

The Question Ranking table ranks all quiz questions in your survey so you can sort by difficulty or average score.

  • Difficulty Ranking: The question that has the lowest average score is considered the most difficult, and is ranked 1. If multiple questions have the same average score, they're assigned the same difficulty ranking.
  • Average Score: The percent of quiz respondents who correctly answered the question.

You can sort the Question Ranking table in ascending or descending order by clicking the table header.

Stats for Each Question

The summary for each quiz question shows you how people performed on that particular question overall.

Quiz Statistics


Percent CorrectPercent or respondents who got the max score for the question.
Average ScoreAverage as points received over points possible and as a percent.
Standard DeviationThe amount of point spread or distance from the mean among respondents.
DifficultyThe question's difficulty ranking with 1 being the most difficult, out of the total number of quiz questions.


Answer Choices

Any choices with point values assigned to them have a green check mark next to them so you can tell which answer choices count as correct answers.


The Score column indicates how many points each answer choice was worth, out of the max score for the question.


The Responses column shows the percentage and number of respondents who chose each answer choice.

Stats for Individual Responses

Individual responses show how each respondent's answered each question in your survey and a Quiz Summary with the following data.

Quiz Summary


ScoreTheir score as a percentage.
PointsThe total number of points they got, out of the maximum possible points.
RankWhere they rank compared to everyone else that took the quiz.
PercentileThe percentile the person falls into. For example, if someone is in the 25% percentile, it means their score is greater than or equal to 25% of respondents.


Quiz Results


CorrectThe number of questions where they got max points.
IncorrectThe number of questions where they got zero points.
Partially CorrectThe number of questions where they got some points, but not max points.
SkippedThe number of quiz questions the respondent didn't answer.
Total QuestionsThe total number of quiz questions in the survey.



Exports and Shared Data

The following exports include the overall quiz summary and quiz statistics per question:

Shared data pages also include the quiz summary, quiz results per question, and the quiz summary for each individual response.

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