How Do I Create True/False Questions for my Learners ?

True/false questions are a type of objective question that you can use to assess students' understanding of a particular topic or concept.

For example, a history teacher may ask a true/false question like, "The Civil War ended in 1865," to gauge whether students understand the basic timeline of the American Civil War. The teacher can quickly assess which students have a solid grasp of the facts and which ones may need further clarification or review.

Steps for creating true/false questions

Go to the assessments for which you want to create sectional test questions.
Click add questions to create a question under that section and select that says true/false from the drop down list.
Create a question by typing in the question prompt and type answer choices with the correct answer selection.
Optionally, provide an explanation for the correct answer. This can help students understand why it is the correct answer.
Tag the question to the domain the question belongs to, if necessary. This can help with tracking and organizing questions.
Finally, click on create question to create the true/false question.

True/false questions can also be useful for review purposes, as they allow students to quickly check their own understanding and identify areas where they need to focus their studying.

Updated on: 05/04/2023

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