# Multiple Choice question assessment

Hello everybody,

Is there any opportunity creating multiple choice questions where each right answer selected will be assessed as a fraction of the complete answer?

For instance, if we have 3 right options in a question, then each right answer is 1/3 of the complete answer.

Thanks in advance.

### Hi yuriy91,Yes this is

Hi yuriy91,

Yes this is possible. When creating a Multiple Choice quiz you just need to choose under Behavioural Settings -> Question Type -> Multiple Choice (Check Boxes). In this setting you all options can be chosen and each correct answer is given a point out of all the correct answers. I have created a sample content here, feel free to download it and use as a template.

-BV52

### To BV52

Hi  BV52,

thanks for your advice.

I have created a quiz like you mentioned, with one multiple choice question (5 options, 3 correct answers). So, completing the quiz I can have score 0/3, 1/3, 2/3, 3/3. Is it the same as (0%, 33.33%, 0.67%, 100%) or (0, 0.33, 0.67, 1)?

### Hi Yuriy91,It's both since 33

Hi Yuriy91,

It's both since 33.33% is equal to .33 unless you mean something else.

-BV52

### qiiz assessment

Hi,

I'd like to assess each multiple choice question results separately.

For instance, the question has three correct answers and someone has selected two of them. So, I need the right score to be 0.67.

But it appears as 2/3, and if the quiz includes, let's say a single choice question answered correctly then overall quiz score will be 3/4 (75%) instead of 2/3 + 1 =>1.67/2 => 83.5%

What can I do about this?

P.S. By the way, I can't disable Check button to be shown for each answer, though I'm pretty sure in some post I've read on the forum it said the problem is fixed.

Thanks

### Hi yuriy91,Thank you for

Hi yuriy91,

Thank you for clarifying that. H5P is designed to be as simple as possible and it includes how the score is shown. But this doesn't mean that what you are asking above is not possible. In fact, many universities and schools are already collecting results from their students' interaction with H5P.

H5P emits data in the form of xAPI statements and you will need a plugin or custom code to listen to these statements and a data store such as a learning record store to save them in.

I highly recommend looking through this documentation first:

https://h5p.org/documentation/x-api

https://h5p.org/documentation/for-authors/analyzing-results-and-answers

For your other concern, yes the option to disable check button has been created but it is still in the testing phase. This should be included in the next release although I don't have a timeline yet.

-BV52

### score for multiple correct options

Hi, I am the first time user trying to develop course presentation. I am adding multiple choice questions with multiple correct answers. I have followed all you have mentioned here. However, the final score total is not showing the grades for all correct options. I checked your sample content too. In that as well, the score for each correct answer (+1) is displayed next to the answer but at the bottom of the slide the grades displayed is 0/3. How do I get the score displying 2/3 if two correct options are selected.

Please help.

### Hi Manishathakkar,I'm not

Hi Manishathakkar,

I'm not really sure why you are getting an incorrect result. I checked the sample above and it is showing the correct score. Please also note that Multiple choice scoring works on a right-minus-wrong concept. This is to ensure that users will not choose all the answers to get a full score.

-BV52

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### Hi Manishathakkar,I'm not

Hi BV52

Thanks for your reply. I can see in the screen shot you have attached shows the score correctly. But the score I get when I enter 2 correct and 2 incorrect answers in my created activity is 0/4. Here is the link to my activity https://h5p.org/node/272367. If you can check and let me know what I am doing wrong, that will be great.

Regards

Manisha

### Hi Manisha,This explains why

Hi Manisha,

This explains why you are getting such a score. The Multiple Choice quiz content works on a right-minus-wrong principle. This is to discourage users to choose all the answers to always get a perfect score.

-BV52

### This explains why

Thanks BV52. I got it now. I would like to use this type of case studies within our LMS system as an assessment activity. We do have H5P within our moodle. However, we can't use the right-minus- wrong principle for grading our students. Is there a possibility to allow students to select maximum 4 option and grade for right answers only and not apply 'minus wrorng'?

Regards

Manisha

### Hi Manisha,This is only

Hi Manisha,

This is only possible not unless changes are made to the code. You can head over to the Feature Request forum and post your suggestion there. In order for your feature request to attract as much interest as possible make sure it follows the below guidelines:

1. It is clear from every perspective how the feature will work. We recommend describing the feature with one or more user stories, for instance “As an author I want it to be possible to pick between different effects for the check answer animation so that the learners will see a variety of effects and also I can adapt the effects to my target audience(I’ll be using pink unicorns which works really well for both my target audience which are 4 year old girls and venture capitalists)”

2. If the feature can be illustrated with images or videos it always helps

3. Make it clear what content types this is relevant for, and or if this is a new content type

Make sure you post the feature in the Feature Request forum.

-BV52

### Different points for different answer for multi choice question

Hi , I am new to H5P. I need to set different points for different answers for multichoice question. Example for ansA : 1point, ansB : 0.5 points and ansC : 0 point. Is it possible to set for multichoice question?  Please give some solution for this.

### Hi nanheg,I'm afraid this is

Hi nanheg,

I'm afraid this is not possible not unless you make changes to the code. You may also post this as a feature request. In order for your feature request to attract as much interest as possible make sure it follows the below guidelines:

1. It is clear from every perspective how the feature will work. We recommend describing the feature with one or more user stories, for instance “As an author I want it to be possible to pick between different effects for the check answer animation so that the learner will see a variety of effects and also I can adapt the effects to my target audience(I’ll be using pink unicorns which works really well for both my target audience which are 4 year old girls and venture capitalists)”

2. If the feature can be illustrated with images or videos it always helps

3. Make it clear what content types this is relevant for, and or if this is a new content type

Make sure you post the feature in the Feature Request forum.

-BV52