I was working on a quiz where I have a confidence question to follow up on a quiz question.
I have 3 options to choose (very confident, confident, not confident) from but don’t want any of the answers to be incorrect.
Any one have a solution for this?
You can do a multiple choice question, but then have all three answers be correct when you set it up. Though, you might want to clarify they should only choose one so you aren’t getting three answers for it.
What about doing a short answer, asking them to fill in one of these options? Then, you can put them as correct?
Multiple choice is the better way to go with all correct - it does work. . .
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