On the Dashboard page of your account you search for the Exam you want to add questions to. You might have to create one first by clicking the Create new exam button in the upper right corner of your screen.
Once you've selected the Exam, please go to Questions and click on the tab Import.
Here you will find a .csv file and .xlsx file you can download. We recommend you to use either one (depending on whether .csv displays correctly for you) of them to create your own import file. If you use the .xlsx file make sure to convert it back to .csv when you're done.
You can also download this example file here:
Please make sure that you keep the first row unchanged. Insert your questions in the columns below along with the other appropriate data.
Per column, this is the information that is required:
Please enter the Questions here (one question per row)
Here you can enter the amount of points that you would like to give for this question when it's answered correctly
You can enter any of the answer-options here
Here you can enter an explanation (feedback) that can be shown after this answer was given by a user. (Please note that this is only available for Business Owl accounts and up)
If answer_x is correct you should enter a "1", if it's incorrect you should enter a "0"
Here you can enter a general explanation (feedback) for the question, which you can choose to show after a question is answered by a user.
Here you can enter a Category / Tag that you would like to use for a Question. This article explains more about the use of tags in general. And this article explains how to specifically import Categorized Questions.
True or False questions
Questions only need a minimum of two answers and this is how to import true/false questions:
You can import true or false questions using the CSV. format by just adding true in the answer_1 column and false in the answer_2 column. In correct_1 (true) you should enter ''1'' and in correct_2 (false) you should enter ''0''.
Once you've added all the information, please save your file as a .csv-file:
Now you can go back to your Exam and go to Questions > Import > Choose a file where you can upload your import file.
If you are having problems saving your file in the right format, please check this article.
That's it! Your Exam should now contain all the Questions of your file and you're ready to edit your test. You can now adjust the settings to your liking and then share it with your users.
The process of importing questions into a Quiz is slightly different from an Exam. Please read this article to find out how to import questions to a Quiz.
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