Survey Scoring & Calculation Software
A scored survey assigns points to some or all of your question choices. This adds up to a total score, or scores per section, which makes scored surveys ideal for quizzes, tests, or assessments. At the end of the survey, you can show the score and a message that’s conditionally based on that score. With a scored survey you can:
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How to add scoring and calculations to your survey
Survey Anyplace’s outcomes feature offers the possibility to make personality quizzes and business tests that end with advice based on the respondent’s answers. Outcomes are a feature that shows respondents a final screen based on their answers to all questions or shows a screen based on criteria that you have specified. In this case, a survey score.
We offer three types of outcomes: Basic outcomes, Gauge outcomes, and website redirects.
The basic outcome will display your text (with an image above the text if you choose to upload one). Respondents cannot see what the other levels or outcomes are. Unique to basic outcomes is the option to show multiple outcomes. With multiple outcomes, you can show more than one outcome if more than one outcome condition is met. This is perfect when you measure different scores in each question block. For example, if you want respondents to find the perfect insurance, you can measure life insurance in the first question block, car insurance in the second, and home insurance in the third. Your outcome will then show three outcomes on the final screen with the perfect life, car, and home insurance based on each respondent’s answers.
Formulas are the feature your need for calculations. You can use the /*-+() as well as more advanced math functions to create formulas using variables such as answers or quiz scores to calculate an average, for example.
We also offer Serverside variables or Benchmark variables. This lets you make calculations with data from the server, often used to calculate averages for all respondents. You can use this to show data in the PDF report for all responses, or per department or company.
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What Is the Difference Between a Survey with scoring and a Quiz or Poll?
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A scored survey is a mix between a quiz and a survey with scores allocated to answer options. It’s similar to a quiz that you can add scores to the answer options, but unlike a quiz, there are no right or wrong questions. For example, the quiz question “who was the first president of the United States?” has only one correct answer. Scored surveys, on the other hand, allow you to add scores to answer options to qualify leads among other things. For example, when asking “would you consider changing internet provider? Yes/No” you could add a score of 5 points to “Yes” and 0 to “No”.
Afterward, you can put these leads in different categories and send tailored messages to each group. You can do this immediately at the end of the scored survey with personalized outcomes or with an autogenerated PDF report, or when you have the email address of the respondents you can also send personalized follow-up emails.
The primary purpose of a quiz is to test the knowledge of the respondent and less about feedback. Quizzes (sometimes called tests or exams) are typically used in teaching, training, and learning to build and test knowledge. Our tool includes features to automate grading, result in score calculations, pass/fail results or other outcomes, certificate generation, and detailed reporting.