Introduction to Quiz Template:

Quiz Template

Welcome to Process Street's Quiz Template! 

This Quiz Template takes the form of a general knowledge quiz. You can either use this general knowledge quiz as is OR edit the quiz template to create your very own quiz. 

You can tailor this quiz (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 Quiz 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 and quizzes 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. 

Once you have grasped the conditional logic, go ahead and run or edit this Quiz Template.

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

Process Street: Demo Video.

Enter basic information

If you are editing this Quiz Template use this section to record the basic information of the person taking this quiz.


Alternatively, if you are running this as a general knowledge quiz, enter your own details.

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

Use the 'Members' form field to assign this quiz for review once it is completed.

The World :

The following tasks use multiple choice and drop down form fields as the question fields. The answers to the questions feature text form fields, image form fields, and embeds. For more information on form fields and how to use them check out our help page here.


How's your knowledge of Geography?

We'll soon find out! 

Let's kick-off off this Quiz Template with some questions that test your knowledge of The World

Question 1: Flags

Afraid not . . .  try again.

We'll give you a clue - check out the image below.

Quiz Template

Congrats!

The color red is the correct answer!

Question 2: Countries

We know ...  this is a hard one. 

Monaco is the wrong answer.

Have a re-think and give it another go. 

Quiz Template: Monaco

Gibraltar is the wrong answer. 

We know ...  this is a hard one. We've added a cute photo of a Gibraltan monkey as a well done for your effort!

Have a re-think and give it another go. 

Quiz Template: Gibraltar

Bermuda is the wrong answer. 

We know ...  this is a hard one. 

Have a re-think and give it another go. 

Quiz Template: Bermuda

Congrats!

Vatican City is the right answer.

Vatican City: Area: 44 ha Population: 825

Quiz Template: Vatican City

Question 3: Australia

Quiz Template: Australia

❌So close but yet so far ...

Melbourne is the wrong answer.

Melbourne is not the capital of Australia because Sydney also wanted to be the capital

So, an area halfway between Sydney and Melbourne was chosen to be the capital. 

With that clue in mind - give the question another go! 

❌So close but yet so far ...

Sydney is the wrong answer.

Sydney, despite being the oldest and one of the largest settlements in the continent is not the capital of Australia because Melbourne also wanted to be the capital ...

So, an area halfway between Sydney and Melbourne was chosen to be the capital. 

With that clue in mind - give the question another go! 

Congrats!

Canberra is the right answer.

Question 4: America

Quiz Template: Texas

Ooops ... try again!

Texas is the wrong answer.

Have a re-think and give it another go. 

Quiz Template: California

Ooops ... try again!

California is the wrong answer.

Think of somewhere with a cooler climate ❄ and give it another go. 

Quiz Template: Alaska

Congrats!

Alaska is the right answer.

Politics & History :

The following tasks use multiple choice and drop down form fields as the question fields. The answers to the questions feature text form fields, image form fields, and embeds. For more information on form fields and how to use them check out our help page here.


Now for the Politics & History category

Just a forewarning ... there are a couple of difficult numbers in here. Get those brain cogs in gear!

Good luck

Question 5: Presidents

21 ... Don't you think that's a little too young to be running a country?

21 is the wrong answer.

Try again... This time go aim for something a little less postpubescent. 

ooo nearly!

40 is the wrong answer.

Try again... 

We'll give you a clue ... this guess was very close to the correct answer.

Congrats!

35 is the correct answer, well done you! 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 6: British Prime Ministers

Quiz Template: United Kingdom

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

George Canning in 1827 is the wrong answer.

Give it some more thought and then have another go ...

We'll give you a clue ... this year of this guess was very close to year of the correct answer.

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

Robert Jenkinson in 1828 is the wrong answer.

Give it some more thought and then have another go ...

We'll give you a clue ... this year of this guess was very close to year of the correct answer.

Congrats!

Spencer Perceval in 1812 is the correct answer.

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

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 7: Queens

Quiz Template: Queen

Afraid not . . .  try again.

We'll give you a clue - check out the image below.

Quiz Template: Castle

Congrats!

Windsor is the right answer.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Miscellaneous :

The following tasks use multiple choice and drop down form fields as the question fields. The answers to the questions feature text form fields, image form fields, and embeds. For more information on form fields and how to use them check out our help page here.


To finish things off here are a few miscellaneous questions (the Panda one is our favorite)

You got this  

Question 8: Pandas

Quiz Template: Panda

Ooops ... perhaps you got pandas confused with rhinos? 

A stubbornness is unfortunately the wrong answer. 

However, you didn't completely miss the mark a stubbornness is the correct name for a group of rhinos.

Quiz Template: Rhino

Ooops ... perhaps you got pandas confused with Lemurs? 

A conspiracy is unfortunately the wrong answer. 

However, you didn't completely miss the mark a conspiracy is the correct name for a group of lemurs.

Quiz Template: Lemur

Congrats!

A group of pandas is called an embarrassment! You chose the correct answer

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Question 9: Books

Quiz Template: Books

Oops, try again...

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis although it is a brilliant book - it is nonetheless the incorrect answer.

Have a re-think and give the question another shot

Oops, try again...

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling although it is a brilliant book - it is nonetheless the incorrect answer.

Have a re-think and give the question another shot

Woop Woop! Congrats

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens is the correct answer! 

A Tale of Two Cities is an 1859 historical novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution.

Question 10: Cocktails

Nice try ... 

Mexico is the wrong answer.

We'll give you a clue check out the image below

Nice try ... 

Brazil is the wrong answer.

We'll give you a clue check out the image below

Quiz Template: Flag

Congrats! and cheers to you

Cuba is home to the mojito, you chose the correct answer. 

⭐️⭐️⭐️

You Have Finished the Quiz Template:

Ta-Da!  

You have finished the Quiz Template. 

Feel free to edit this template and add some of your own questions and answers. 

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 quiz (or any quiz you decide to make). This is particularly useful if you are using this quiz template to build a test or an assessment 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 quiz results - which in this case is the form field in the following 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 the quiz results

Identify the form field below as the location for the quiz results when creating the Zapier integration. 

Alternatively, manually enter how you did in this Quiz 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 your quiz template results

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