Build a beautiful, powerful, and fully customizable quiz with the Opinion Stage multiple choice test maker. Use the multiple-choice quiz maker to run tests & assessments, generate leads, extract insights & more.
Hundreds of Multiple Choice Test Templates
Start from scratch or create a multiple choice quiz from one of the hundreds of free templates from dozens of topics. You can change all aspects of the templates – texts, images, length, and more. You can also customize the templates to fully fit your brand including setting the colors, fonts, size, and more. White label and add your own logo to the quiz to make it your own.
Visual & Interactive Quiz
Use a visual and interactive multiple-choice quiz maker to get better engagement and more submissions. More of your users will start the quiz, and more of those that started the quiz will complete it.
The multiple choice quiz maker lets you get both performance and result reports.
The performance reports let you see how many people viewed your multiple choice test, how many started it, and how many of those completed it. You can also see the time they spent on the quiz, the number of engagements, and more. In addition, you can view a drop-off report that lets you see the percent of people that answered each one of the questions.
The result reports include an answers report, that lets you see the breakdown of answers each question got, a responses report that lets you see each detailed submission associated with the person that submitted it, a result report that lets you see how many people got each score, and more.
You can export the results to a csv/xls file or automatically transfer them to any 3rd party software you are using to track the results.
Embed Anywhere or Use our Landing Pages
You can embed the quiz on any website. We support all the popular CMS’s such as WordPress, Wix, and Squarespace. In case you do not have a site, you can also run the quiz from an optimized landing page on the Opinion Stage site.
The quiz is fully responsive so that it perfectly displays on all platforms – desktop, tablet, and mobile.
Get Notified on Submissions
You can configure to get notified with an email on each submission. The notification will include all the answers to the multiple choice test questions, the contact information of the user that completed the test, and more.
Secure & private
The quizzes and data we gather are stored in secure AWS Amazon servers in the cloud. The data is encrypted in transit, and we follow privacy and security best practices to keep the data backed up and safe at all times. Top publishers and brands trust Opinion Stage quizzes with their data.
Opinion Stage puts a special notice on the quiz & test performance to verify they are always available and load fast in all devices and network environments. On the server-side Opinion Stage uses multiple servers configured with load balancing and high availability configurations. On the client-side, we optimize the size of the downloads. For example, we will offer different image sizes based on where the quiz is loaded from (desktop or mobile).
Tips for Creating Multiple Choice Tests
It is usually recommended to order the questions in your test by difficulty. Start with easy questions and increase the difficulty of the questions as you go.
Set the right number of questions
Think about your audience’s attention span when writing the questions. Don’t include too many questions to maximize the quiz completion rates.
Use visuals to make the questions and answers more engaging and appealing. The images can also add context to the question (use an introduction image for that) and to the answers (you can attach an image to each one of the answers).
Keep the questions short and clear
Always attempt to keep the questions short and easy to comprehend. Try to avoid ambiguity to give your audience the best chance to answers the questions correctly.
Cover all options, and don’t overlap
When writing down the answers to the questions, verify that the answers cover all the options and that there isn’t overlap between the questions that will make it difficult for users to answer the question.
Test on a small audience first
Before distributing the multiple-choice quiz to the full audience, try to find a small audience sample to test it on first. Even one or two people filling the test in advance can go a long way in helping you optimize the test.
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