That’s what we’re here for. To make it pop, make sure every question is clear and concise. Use the “description” text under each question to add more context and, if appropriate, a bit of fun. For a visual approach, you can always throw in some videos, images, or GIFs.
Cliché warning, but use your imagination. Say you’re making a spelling test and your students think they know the drill. Why not try a multiple choice test format for one half of the test, and then mix it up with yes/no questions and fill-in-the-blank answers for the rest? Here’s a list of question types to get your imagination going.
What do a kindergarten teacher and the president of Evil Corp have in common? Neither can code complex algorithms and both would love results automatically summarized and easily exported to a spreadsheet. An online test does the trick and gives you extra me-time.
Let your test or quiz reflect a theme, a subject or your own personality. You can actually customize anything from colors and backgrounds to button texts. Also, Logic jump (a PRO feature) can make a test progressively harder, easier, or go in a different direction based on answers.