Fill-in-the-Blank Question

Fill in the Blank questions are similar to free choice – this requires the user to type in what they think is the correct answer to the question. This can sometimes be up to the grader’s discretion, but leaves less to the imagination than a free choice answer. If more than one blank in this question format exists, all blanks need to be answered correctly for the question to be considered correct, enhancing the quiz’s difficulty.

For example, you might say, “I _____ soccer, and I _____ goals.” The answer would be “I play soccer, and I score goals,” but if you put “I play soccer, and I pass goals,” the question would be marked incorrect.