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New Forms: Turn Forms into Quizzes just got easy! I'm talking really easy.

Just added to the New Google Forms: Quizzes. You can now turn your Google Form wizardry!
into an auto-graded assessment without the need for additional add-ons or other scripted 

Set up is easy, just click the Gear in the top right of the New Forms Screen, then go to the Quizzes tab and toggle on the option to "Make this Form a Quiz".






Once you done this, you can choose from the other options you see listed above based on your preferences. Now that your Form is a Quiz, you can begin making self-correcting questions with the "Answer Key" mode found at the bottom of self-correcting questions.


This is a great option for new and existing Forms, especially if you have just one Quiz to give and don't need an entire course on the LMS (ours is Schoology) for the occasion! I'm looking forward to using this feature and I hope you check it out too!

~As always, I hope you find this helpful and let me know how I can help you #edtech on! ~Ryan


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