Self-assessment with summary (questions with no Correct/Incorrect scoring)

Not sure if this is currently possible or not - if it is I'd really appreciate guidance on how to achieve it.  It's something I've been asked for (in Moodle) that might not be a huge deviation from existing activity types and would complement the Personality Test, for example.

Essentially it's a series of hotspot or drag-drop type questions with a limited set of definable answer options that are the same for each question.... e.g:  High /- Medium / Low (e.g as in Priority).  There is no correcy/incorrect scoring - instead the the results are summarised at the end ... ".  A use case might be:

1 - You start by defining your answer options   1= [Like     ]  2= [Neutral  ]  3= [Dislike  ]

2- Create questions , allowing for hotspot or colour coding interactivity in choosing one of the defined answer options.  The flexibility to present one, or multiple questions on a page at a time would be nice.

3- Present summary grouped results to the user e.g:    

You gave the following a "Like" score

  • q1 text
  • q3 text 
  • etc .....

some statistical breakdown e.g. you answered 27% of questions with "Like" with would be nice but not essential for a first release

Self-assessment with summary (questions with no Correct/Incorrect scoring)
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BV52's picture

Hi goty2001,

This is not possible with the current contents that are available. Although I think it is a neat idea and can open a lot of possibilities. I think though that this will be a big project (almost like creating a new content) since there's a need to change a lot in a single content to make a change in how it handles the scoring.


Yes, we really need this as well at my University. I am currently experimenting with a quiz essay question customization but it's not exactly what we need. 

papi Jo's picture

@goty2001(if you're still reading this forum) and @scfrick

If you are using Moodle, then you can achieve exactly what you want with the (contributed) Questionnaire plugin.

Moodle Questionnaire plugin

Moodle Questionnaire forum

Moodle Questionnaire documentation



papi Jo's picture

Better late than never. Your thankyou message is appreciated!