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SarahWebb1
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Creating quiz, with multiple correct answers.

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I am creating a quiz, with the intent to use it as a student survey. The issue I am facing is that the questions require a "correct" answer, however each selection that I am entering is essentially correct. 

Is there a way to make the system recognize that each answer is correct? 

Thanks!

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KristinL
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Hi! When using multiple-choice questions (rather than multiple answers) in Classic Quizzes, the students are then limited to a single answer. The "correctness" will never be seen by the student if you select ungraded survey or graded survey.

How do I create a survey in my course? 

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chofer
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Hello @SarahWebb1 ...

The weird thing about Classic Quizzes is that you still have to mark an answer as "correct" even though surveys, by design, do not normally have "correct" answers.  If all your questions had multiple answers (a.k.a. multiple choice), I suppose you could just create multiple choice questions with multiple correct answers and then check all of the responses.  But, since it's a survey...that really doesn't/shouldn't matter.

How do I create a Multiple Answers quiz question? - Instructure Community (canvaslms.com)

KristinL
Community Team
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Hi! When using multiple-choice questions (rather than multiple answers) in Classic Quizzes, the students are then limited to a single answer. The "correctness" will never be seen by the student if you select ungraded survey or graded survey.

How do I create a survey in my course?