Make your own multiple-choice test

Spring break is just around the corner, and  many people are thinking about time off and travel, but it’s also the time of year when students and teachers put pen to paper (or ink to printer) to test just how much information has been passed along in class.

This multiple-choice test offers something a bit different from other versions. You can add test sections and 3, 4, or 5-answer questions from the template Quick Parts, as many as you need:

Quick Parts are pretty easy to create for a document. In fact, I’ll go ahead and post some steps on how to do it.

This post is a revised version of a popular post that appeared on our former Templates blog. Search office.com for more free test and survey templates.

– Nancy Crowell

 

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