Question Block Custom Score Table

Question Block Custom Score Table

This feature is included in all paying plans.

You've just set up an awesome assessment, and now you're wondering if there's a way to show your respondents in which areas they excel and which areas need improvement. Sounds complicated? Not at all! With Survey Anyplace's question block custom score variable, it's quick and easy to show this info to respondents. Like this!

question block custom score table example

Log in, and follow along to see how it's done and create your own! There are two videos at the end of the guide where you can watch it all in action, step-by-step.

When you've finished creating your assessment, click on the Extra Options tab and click Question grouping & Question pool.

question block custom score table guide

Now click + Create question block to create as many question blocks, groups of questions you require. Now with those setups, tick the boxes next to the questions which you want to move to a different question block.

Question block table move questions

Click Save changes once you've finished moving all of your questions into the right groups.

Next, toggle on custom scoring, which you'll find just below Question grouping & Question pool in the Extra Options tab.

Question block table custom score

Now it's time to go back to the Questions tab and define a custom score for each answer. Simply use the arrows that now appear next to the answer to specify each answer score.

Nearly there now! Scroll down to the bottom of all your questions, where you'll find the text for the final screen. Customize the text and simply choose one of the following options from the drop-down list of Variables - either Question block custom score ranking table or Question block custom score as percentage ranking table. The first option will show the actual score for each question block, sorted from high to low, or choose the second option if you want scores displayed as a percentage.

Why not add some explanatory text after this variable, so respondents will understand what they're looking at? Just add some text to your final message or additional text box.

If you want to give professional personalized feedback to each respondent, check out our great new ReportR feature to find out how to create a personalized PDF for every one of your respondents.

That's all, way to go! Don't forget to save changes, and you're good to go!

Follow along with these videos for further step-by-step instructions and more ideas about how you can use a question block ranking table in your assessment.

Here are some other guides you might want to check out – make sure you’re making the most of our features!

  • Final screen or outcome screen - Use the final screen to give a final message to your respondents, thank them for participating, give further instructions or leave some extra information such as your question block custom score table. Note that if you are planning to set up outcomes to show a variable final screen depending on conditions that you set, the outcome screen will be displayed instead of the final message screen discussed in this guide.
  • Question blocks - Question blocks is the tool that allows you to group your questions together. You can move questions between the blocks and decide which question blocks to enable the question pool feature.
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