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How do you create a chemistry quiz with answers for high schoolers?

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As of January 2016, the website of the Royal Society of Chemistry offers a tool that allows visitors to create their own multiple-choice chemistry quizzes after registering and logging into an account. Users can create their quizzes with or without feedback for each answer choice using quiz-generator forms. Another option is to use the ProProfs Quiz Maker on ProProfs.com. The tool features options for incorporating multiple-choice, essay, fill in the blank, matching or checkbox question formats.

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To use the Royal Society of Chemistry's quiz generator, enter the Learn Chemistry section of the website, accessible by clicking on the Resources & tools tab on RSC.org. Select the Wiki link, and click on Quizzes and then Quiz: Writing your own quiz. After logging into a user account, click on the appropriate link depending on whether you wish to include feedback on the question choices.

After loading the quiz-generator form, type a name for the quiz into the appropriate text box. One question at a time, select the question number, and then type the question and each answer choice into their respective text boxes. Underneath each answer choice, there is a place to indicate whether it is a right or wrong answer. If you selected the form for creating a quiz with feedback, there is also a place to type in feedback beneath each answer choice. The form has room for up to five answer options.

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