Scored surveys help you ask questions to respondents, while tallying their responses to certain score ranges. You can assign both positive and negative values for each answer option and define different score ranges for the overall survey. This survey is similar to a personality quiz, where respondents are shown a customized message, based on their scores, on survey completion.View example
You can create a scored quiz to assess the knowledge of your respondents. For instance, you can create a pre-hire assessment, where you want to assess the abilities or skills of prospective job candidates. Such a quiz has right and wrong answers, and you can assign a percentage of marks that respondents must achieve to pass. On survey completion, you can display the scores to your respondents including all their correct and incorrect answers.View example
The Net Promote Score is a survey, which helps you measure customer loyalty and improve your business performance. You can create this survey using our NPS scale question type, which has a range of 0-10. On survey completion your customers are divided into three categories:
Promoters- These are the customers who are most likely to recommend your brand to a friend or colleague. Their score: 9-10
Passives - These are satisfied customers but not loyal enthusiasts of your product or service. Their score: 7-8
Detractors - These are unhappy, at times irate, customers who have a negative perception of your brand. Their score: 0-6View example
You can create surveys using a range of question types such as multiple choice, rating scale, choose from a list and more. Adding images and videos in the questions is easy with a drag and drop editor. You can also import existing questions using an Excel sheet, which is automatically converted into a survey-friendly format.
A scored survey allows you to assign points to answer options and score the responses. For instance, a respondent may get +5 points for selecting the first option in multiple choice, +3 for second option and -2 for third option. At the end a total score is calculated for that attempt and a result is shown based on the scores achieved by respondents. Keep in mind that you can also assign negative marking to answer options.
After scoring your survey questions, you can create the results. You can assign a score range to survey results, so that respondents are shown specific results based on the scores they achieve. While you can always create a simple result such as Pass or Fail, there’s also the option to create customized results with detailed text, images or even embedded videos.
A multiple choice is one of the most popular questions types, which allows respondents to choose a single option from a list of possible answers.
Use a checkbox if your question has more than one correct answer. Respondents can check multiple boxes to select one or more options from a list of answers.
This question type is drop-down list, which works well if you have a preset list of answer choices from where you want respondents to select the one they prefer.
A rating scale allows your respondents to evaluate a question, in their order of preference, by assigning weights to each answer choice.
A NPS scale allows customers to rate their satisfaction of your company's products and services on a scale of 0-10.
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