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Sample questionnaire

This is a sample multiple-choice questionnaire, showing the score and marking of the selections made, and configurable comments on your total score.

You can add basic content, like this, between the introduction and the Questions section.

As cited in the sentence before the questions themselves, these questionnaires are provided for the user's information only, so Smallsite Design does not store results. If you want to record questionnaire results, you may want to use a third-party service that provides storage and statistical analysis.

Typical scenarios for these questionnaires are:

  1. a.As something you would get a reader of an article or category to do early on, so they realise what they do or don't know.
  2. b.Including a link to a questionnare at the end of the learning notes for the last step of some procedures, so the reader can gauge how much they understood them.

When a questionnaire has been completed, along with the total score and the marking for each question, a Comments section is displayed, where your custom text for each of your specified ranges of scores can be displayed.

Each comment has low and high attributes, where:

  1. a.Low is the lowest score to match for the comment to show.
  2. b.High is the highest score to match for the comment to show.
  3. c.If low is blank, it is assumed to be 0.
  4. d.If high is blank, it is assumed to equal the number of questions.
  5. e.If either is negative, it counts down from the number of questions, where -1 is the top, -2 is second top, and so on.

Comments can include plain paragraphs, lists, images/figures and tables.

Experiment with answering the questions to see examples of different comments, showing the low and high settings used.

Questions ^

These questions, and any comments on the resulting score, are for your own information, and no results are recorded by this site.

1The capital city of Australia is:

  1. a.
  2. b.
  3. c.
  4. d.

2The capital city of Victoria is:

  1. a.
  2. b.
  3. c.
  4. d.

3The capital city of NSW is:

  1. a.
  2. b.
  3. c.
  4. d.

4The capital city of WA is:

  1. a.
  2. b.
  3. c.
  4. d.

Results by Google (new tab or window).

English (Australia) [en-au]

English (United Kingdom) [en-gb]

English (United States) [en-us]


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