Overview

Questions can be added to a test (refer Create a Test guide) or pool (refer Create a Pool guide).

Example question

Calculate the Creatinine clearance for a female patient according to the Cockgroft-Gault equation to 2 decimal places.

Age:25

Weight: 57kg

CR: 1.9mg/dL

Select question type

  1. Click on the Create Question button.
  2. Select Calculated Numeric from the drop down menu.

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Question

  1. Enter a descriptive name for the question in the Question Title textbox.
  2. Enter the question into the Question Text  textbox.

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Answer

Note: The answer can be an exact value or number with a set range of numbers.

  1. Enter the correct answer into the Correct Answer textbox.
  2. If the answer is a range of values, enter the range in the Answer Range+/- textbox.

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Feedback

  1. Giving specific feedback is optional. The default is Correct / Incorrect.

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Categories and Keywords

Adding categories and keywords to questions, allows you to search you tests and pools for questions by topic etc.

To add a new Category / Topic / Level of Difficulty / Keyword:

  1. Click on the Add button.
  2. Click on the OK button.

To delete a Category / Topic / Level of Difficulty / Keyword:

  1. Click on the Delete button.

To add an existing Category / Topic / Level of Difficulty / Keyword:

  1. Click on the Choose from Existing button.
  2. Select a word from the drop down list.

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Instructor Notes

  1. Notes added in the Instructor Notes text box cannot be viewed by students.

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Submit

  1. Click on the  Submit button.

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