annamalai: We do support following types of questions: (*) True/False (*) Multiple Choice (single answer) (*) Multiple Choice (multiple answer) (*) Fill in the Blank (*) Short Answer (*) Essay The other question types are variants in the same. Example: "True/False" is a multiple choice question with just two options "True" or "False". Similarly if you give a question 4 options and select only 1 option as answer, it is a single answer multiple choice question. The quiz taker will be shown a radio button to select just one option as answer in this case. If you select more than one option as correct answer, it automatically becomes a multiple answer style question where quiz taker is shown checkbox against each option instead of radio button. We have used this design approach to make things simpler for users. Lets us know if you find any difficulties in using the interface. Thanks!
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