Create: Worksheet Question

This topic describes how to create a Worksheet question type. Worksheet questions allow the creation and delivery of multiple questions at once on the same page of an assessment.

  1. Select Tests & Quizzes from the left sidebar.

  2. Select the My Test Library tab to see your tests.

  3. Select the name of a test to open it.


  4. To create a question, hover over the Add New button, and select Question from the drop-down menu.


  5. Select Worksheet from the Question type drop-down menu.


  6. Complete the question information:
    Question Text: Use two underscores to indicate the location of a worksheet part. For instance, "Part 1 __, Part 2 __".

    Note: You may insert up to a maximum of 10 parts per worksheet question.

    Worksheet Parts: Click on “+ add worksheet” to add a question. A window will open allowing the selection of the Part Type and Weight.

    Note: Weight should be an integer. This will determine the relative weight of each Part. For example, if you have 2 Parts and each has a weight of 1, each Part will be weighted the same (50% each).


    Note: Multiple Choice, Multiple Choice Multi Select, Fill-in-the-Blank, True/False and Essay are the only question types currently available in Worksheet questions.

    Passages: Click on “+ add passage” to add a passage.
    Dataset: Click on “+ add dataset” to add a dataset.
    Hint: Students can view hint during a launched quiz if the option is enabled within Test settings.
    Points: Enter the number of points the question is worth in the box.



  7. You can also choose to add tags to your questions for easier searching in the test library and question bank. Select Show tagging options to add tags to your question.

  8. Select the grey Preview Question button to gain a view of the question from a student’s perspective.


  9. Select the green Save Question button to save your question.

  10. Or, select the green Save & Create New to save your question to the test, and immediately begin creating a new question.