This article goes over the various types of questions that can be added in an assessment. Every account gets an Assessment Builder that allows you to build 

 

Overview

Knorish's Assessment Builder tool allows publishers to embed Assessments in their online courses. The tool offers simple actions that can be completed to build a robust assessment that can be utilized to check for the learner's understanding levels. 


You can add assessments per course, in every unit and even after every chapter.


Access Assessment Builder


Access the Assessment Builder and build & enable Assessments in your online course by accessing this link: Creating Assessments For Your Online Course

Types of Questions


Currently, there are two types of questions that can be created on Knorish: Objective Questions & Subjective Questions


Objective Questions




Objective Questions allow you to ask questions that are direct and close-ended, such as Yes/No, Single Choice, Multiple Choice, One out of many options, etc. There are no limitations to the number of choices or options that can be given. You can choose one option as the right answer or select multiple choices as the correct answer. 




Note: The Platform does not have an option for partial marks. What this means is that if multiple options have been selected as the right answer, your students need to select all of the correct choices for the platform to consider the answer to be correct.


For every option listed in the question, you also have the choice to add an image or embed a video as well, where students may be asked to study the image or watch the video in its entirety to answer the questions correctly.


Find out how to add images or embed videos in the options: Creating Assessments For Your Online Course



Subjective Questions


As the name suggests, subjective questions are questions that need the assessee to write detailed text-based answers. As such, you can simply type the question, select the marks and save the question. 



Important Tip: Subjective questions cannot be graded by the platform. Simply because there is no way the platform can understand the question, its context, the answer's relation to the question or the correctness of it. Hence, any assessment that has any subjective questions, the platform would not publish the results until the answers are graded by the course publisher. As a result, the course completion certificates can then only be issued once the subjective question has been graded.