﻿ Blackboard Quiz Generator Instructions
Multiple Choice
• Question on a single line.
• Answers immediately following the question.
• Asterisk (*) in front of the correct choice.
 Example: 1. Which of the following is a prime number? a) 4 *b) 5 c) 6 Alternate method: MC Which of the following is a prime number? 4 *5 6
True/False
• Question on a single line
• The answer on the next line. Can be any of the following: T, t, True, TRUE, true, F, f, False, FALSE, false
 Example: 1. 3 is a prime number. True Alternate method: TF 3 is a prime number. True
• Exactly the same as multiple choice, only with multiple answers marked correct.
• Question on a single line.
• Answers immediately following the question.
• Asterisk (*) in front of all correct choices.
 Example: 1. Which of the following is a prime number? *a) 2 *b) 3 c) 4 *d) 5 Alternate method: MA Which of the following is a prime number? *2 *3 4 *5
Essay
• This is simply a question with no answer given.
 Example: 1. Tell me your life story. Alternate method: ES Tell me your life story
Fill in the blank
• Begin your question with the keyword: blank
• Leave a blank somewhere in the question.
• Give all of the possible correct answers.
 Example: blank 1. Two plus two equals _____. a. four b. 4 Alternate method: BL Christmas falls on December _ 25th. 25th 25
Matching
• Begin your question with the keyword: match
• For every answer there should be a slash between the answer and its match.
 Example: match 1. Match the chapters with their topics. a) Chapter 13/Exception Handling b) Chapter 16/File Processing c) Chapter 10/OOP & Classes d) Chapter 15/Chars, C-Strings, & the String Class e) Chapter 12/Not covered in this class