There are multiple settings that you can control before starting a quiz. You can see the settings menu after selecting your preferred game type — Live or Homework on the quiz page.
All your game settings are housed under Advanced Settings. They are further divided into General Settings and Activity Settings.
This setting lets you control the number of attempts made by students in a quiz. However, enabling this setting would require students to log into their Quizizz account to attempt the quiz.
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Show answers during activity
This setting controls the feedback that students see right after answering a question. You can toggle whether they get immediate feedback on getting an answer correct/incorrect, and also whether or not to show them all the questions with their correct answers at the end of the quiz.
If set to OFF, your students will not see the correct answer after each question, and will also not get to see if they got the answer correct immediately after they attempt the question.
If you select Validate only, the student will get feedback on whether or not they got a question correct, but they will not be shown the correct answer if they get a question incorrect.
When set to ON, students get to see whether they got a question correct/incorrect, as well as the correct answer.
Show answers after activity
This setting controls the display of the review section for the students at the end of the game. Turn this ON to allow your students to review the questions and their correct answers. Select Questions only to allow your students to see only the question and option choices (the correct answer won't be highlighted).
If this is turned OFF, students won't be able to review the questions or answers after the quiz.
When toggled on, every student attempting the quiz is shown a different set of questions, which changes with each additional attempt. Every attempt, after the first one, showcases unseen questions and ones that students previously got incorrect. As a result, each attempt leads to a unique set of questions and a more meaningful and personalized learning experience for every student. Click here to know more.
There are 3 different types of options that you can choose from:
If this is ON, we award students points based on accuracy+speed. 600 points for getting it correct, and 0-400 based on speed. (An incorrect answer is always 0, regardless of speed.)
If you turn this OFF, the timer is turned off. Students will get 600 for correct and 0 for incorrect.
If this is turned ON, students will see a leaderboard after each question, and see their rank during and after the quiz.
Turn this OFF if you don't want students to see each others' scores/rank or are not keen on making the quiz competitive.
If this is turned ON, each of your students will receive the questions in a different order. This makes it difficult for students to "get help" from each other (ergo, no cheating). :)
Turn this OFF if you want the questions to appear in the original order for everyone.
Shuffle answer options
If this is turned ON, the answers will be shuffled for each question (each student gets a different order.) This is ideal when you don't want to worry about shuffling the answers while creating the quiz.
Turn this OFF if you want the answers to appear in the original order for everyone.
If this is ON, students will see funny images (called memes) after each question. You can also create your own meme sets! Click here to see how.
Turn this OFF if you do not want your students to see memes during the quiz.
We automatically save your preferred settings for both live and homework games. This spares you from the hassle of changing settings every time you play a quiz (unless you want to). Every time you start a new live or homework game, we pick up the settings you used in your previous game. You can choose different settings for live and homework games — we've got you covered there, too!