Introduction to Multiple Choice Test Template:

Multiple Choice Test Template

Welcome to Process Street's Multiple Choice Test Template! 

This Multiple Choice Test Template provides a basic framework for you to build a test. 

Remember you can tailor this checklist (to add or remove items from this list/task/etc.)  to match your specific requirements by clicking the “edit template” icon on the right-hand side.

It’s super easy to edit the question text, add some answer choices, and customize the feedback messages. Plus, you can add pictures, videos, and embeds to the task to your answers. 

How does it work? 

This Multiple Choice Test Template is made possible thanks to Process Street's conditional logic feature . 

Conditional logic is a powerful feature that allows you to create truly dynamic checklists, tests, quizzes (and more) with its if-this-then-that logic.

Using conditional logic within tasks allows you to build logic in one clear view so that it’s easy to manage the rules you set up and see which fields (or questions and answers) you are impacting. 

For more information on conditional logic and to see how to set it up (simply scroll down the page): visit our help page here. 

But, don't worry, we have already set up conditional logic within this template. So you don't need to get invest time getting clued up on the feature (unless you'd like to). 

Follow the instructions within the tasks to make edits and create your test. 

P.S: If you are new to Process Street and are unfamiliar with all the magic the app can do check out our Demo Video below. 

Process Street: Demo Video.

Enter basic information

Use this text box to input the test instructions.

To do this simply click "edit template" and add/edit the text in this box. For more info on how to edit templates check out our help page here.

For example,you could instruct the recipient of the test to read each question carefully, and then select the correct answers.

You should use this section to record the basic information of the person taking this test. 

Use the "Members" widget to assign the test to be reviewed and approved by the examiner on completion. 

Category 1 [insert topic]:

You can choose to leave this section (the header) blank OR  use it to provide information concerning the following tasks.

It is best to avoid including actionable fields in the header tasks.

To add or edit the text simply click "edit template" and click within this box. For more info on how to edit templates check out our help page here.


How's your knowledge of ... [insert topic]...?

We'll soon find out! 

Let's kick-off off this test with some questions that test your knowledge of all things...[insert topic]...

Question 1

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

  • 1
    A. (enter a correct answer)
  • 2
    B. (enter a correct answer)
  • 3
    C. (enter a wrong answer)
  • 4
    D. (enter a wrong answer)

Afraid not . . . 

That's the wrong answer.

Congrats!

[insert the correct answer the correct answer!

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 2

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

We know ...  this is a hard one.

[insert wrong answer #1A]... is the wrong answer.

Insert image relating to wrong answer #1A

We know ...  this is a hard one.

[insert wrong answer #2B] is the wrong answer. 

We've added a photo of ...[insert topic].... as a well done for your effort!

Insert image relating to wrong answer #2B

Congrats!

[insert the correct answer] is the right answer.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Insert image relating to the correct answer.

Question 3

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

So close but yet so far ...

[insert wrong answer #1A] is the wrong answer.

So close but yet so far ...

[insert wrong answer #3B] is the wrong answer.

Congrats!

[insert correct answer] is the right answer.

Question 4

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

Insert image relating to wrong answer #1A

Ooops ... 

[Insert wrong answer #1] is the wrong answer.

Insert image relating to wrong answer #2B

Ooops ...

[Insert wrong answer #2] is the wrong answer.

Insert image relating to the correct answer

Congrats!

[Insert the correct answer] is the right answer.

Category 2 [insert topic]:

You can choose to leave this section (the header) blank OR  use it to provide information concerning the following tasks.

It is best to avoid including actionable fields in the header tasks.

To add or edit the text simply click "edit template" and click within this box. For more info on how to edit templates check out our help page here.


How's your knowledge of ... [insert topic]...?

We'll soon find out! 

Now its time for some questions on the topic of...[insert topic]...

Question 5

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

  • 1
    A. (enter a correct answer)
  • 2
    B. (enter a wrong answer)
  • 3
    C. (enter a correct answer)
  • 4
    D. (enter a wrong answer)
  • 5
    E. (enter a correct answer)
  • 6
    F. (enter a wrong answer)

Ooo nearly!

That's the wrong answer.

We'll give you a clue ...  [insert a clue].

Congrats!

[Input correct answer #1A and #3C and #5D] are the correct answers, well done you! 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 6

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

We know ... this is a REALLY hard one.

That's the wrong answer.

Congrats!

[Input answer #2B] is the correct answers.

That was an especially hard one, kudos to you for nailing it

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 7

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

Afraid not . . .  try again.

[Insert wrong answer #2B] is the wrong answer.

Insert image relating to wrong answer #2B

Afraid not . . .  try again.

[Insert wrong answer #3C] is the wrong answer.

Insert image relating to wrong answer #3C

Congrats!

[Input the correct answer] is the right answer.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Insert image relating to the correct answer

Category 2 [insert topic]:

You can choose to leave this section (the header) blank OR  use it to provide information concerning the following tasks.

It is best to avoid including actionable fields in the header tasks.

To add or edit the text simply click "edit template" and click within this box. For more info on how to edit templates check out our help page here.


How's your knowledge of ... [insert topic]...?

We'll soon find out! 

Now its time for some questions on the topic of...[insert topic]...

Question 8

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

Ooops ...

[Insert wrong answer #2B] is, unfortunately, the wrong answer. 

Insert an image relating to wrong answer #2B

Ooops ...

[Insert wrong answer #3C] is, unfortunately, the wrong answer. 

Insert an image relating to wrong answer #3

Congrats!

[Insert the correct answer]. You chose the correct answer!

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Insert an image relating to the correct answer

Question 9

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

Oops, try again...

[Insert wrong answer #1A] is the wrong answer.

Oops, try again... 

[Insert wrong answer #2B] is the wrong answer.

Woop Woop! Congrats

[Insert the correct answer] is the correct answer! 

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 10

Use form fields to ask questions within tasks. For more information on how to use form fields check out this link.

Remember the if-this-then-that approach? You can choose to show or hide fields using conditional logic. It is already set up within this checklist so to see it action - click the "run checklist' icon. 


Or, to edit the questions and text to the existing structure, click "edit template". 

Nice try ... 

That's the wrong answer.

We'll give you a clue for next time ... [insert a clue].

Congrats!

[insert the correct answer #1A] you chose the correct answer. 

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Complete the Multiple Choice Test Template:

Congrats!  

You have finished the Multiple Choice Test Template.

Remember: To hide/show individual answers use the Conditional Logic feature within tasks. 

Pssst, this bits important: The following task presents you with the opportunity to use a Zapier integration to calculate the results of this test. This is particularly useful as it allows for a personalized and calculated result to be given. 

Generate results using Zapier

Zapier is a tool for integrating heaps of different apps together, which simply means it lets your apps talk to one another.

Zapier is useful for this Quiz Template because it can draw all the data you inputted as answers to the questions and provide you with a calculated result. It’s a simple trigger and then action setup.

The answers are calculated inside Zapier and then the Process Street quiz is updated with your result using our new update checklist feature.

The whole process is based on these key steps:

  1. Triggering the zap in Process Street, whenever the task completing the final question is checked;
  2. Summing all of the answer values relevant for each of the quiz categories.
  3. Doing a simple if-this-then-that statement for each of the categories which gives us the result of the test;
  4. Returning the results of the test to the original Process Street checklist.

The process below illustrates how to create this Zapier integration and uses the Cognitive Functions MBTI Test process as an example.

Step one consists of selecting the task to trigger the results that you want to calculate. Logically, it’s the final task in the quiz:

Step one Zapier integration.

Step two takes a formula and sums up the values for each of the questions relevant for each of the four main types (or categories). To sum the values for each of the Process Street tasks, we use Formatter by Zapier, with the type of event set to “Numbers”.

Step two Zapier integration.

In this same step use a Spreadsheet-Style Formula transformation to grab all of the relevant values and add them up:

Here’s a better look at what the formula looks like for summing up all the values:

To re-cap, what you’re seeing here is the result of the specific formula used as an example. You would need to change the formula depending on what you are trying to calculate.

Step three then looks at this number value and runs an IF statement on it. It does this for every category (in the case four times).

Here’s what the zap looks like:

Step three Zapier intergation

It’s also using Formatter by Zapier, with the event type of “Numbers”, along with Spreadsheet-Style Formatting.

As you can see, the IF logic is simple. The value is the result of the test from Step 2 with familiar spreadsheet-style formatting. 

Finally, step four is as simple as specifying the location where you want to send the test results (the next task). Zapier already knows the location from step 1, so the action type is “Update Checklist”.

Pop the checklist ID in there (from step 1, the original Process Street trigger) and specify the forms you want to update with the results, and there you have it.

Input final results

Use this task to gather and view the results of the test. There are two ways you can do this:

  1. Identify the form field below as the location for the test results when creating the Zapier integration. 
  2. Alternatively, manually enter the results of the Multiple Choice Test Template in the form field below.

Once the results have been added to this checklist send them for review and approval in the following task.

Approval: Review the results

Will be submitted for approval:
  • Input final results
    Will be submitted

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