This option is useful, for example, when creating knowledge tests. It allows the respondent to get acquainted with the level of his/her own knowledge about the subject under the survey. With this option, it is possible to display the test results and their interpretation, for example, "Test result: 48/50 points. Congratulations! Great result!"

How to display the result to the respondent after completing the survey?

  1. Firstly, we need to define the type of survey as the Test. To do this, click the SETTINGS and then the Survey settings.

  2. In the menu regarding the Type of survey, select "Test/Evaluation".

  3. In the "After completion" form, select "Show test score" if you want to display the score and "Show personalized feedback based on score" if you want to see the interpretation of the result. You can choose one of these options or both.

  4. Confirm the changes made by clicking "Save" at the end of the survey settings menu. At this point, the necessity to assign points (weights) to the answers to individual questions is also worth mentioning - It is necessary to receive the final feedback. You will find instructions on how to do this in this article.

  5. Click on Settings once again and then click on Feedback.

  6. If the Test is divided into issues examining various areas, use the "Add new area" button to create the desired number of areas (e.g. knowledge, morality, etc.).

  7. Give a name to the area you are creating, and then select the answers from specific questions that make up this area.

  8. Save the area, return to the Feedback menu, or click "Save and add another one" to complete the list of created areas.

  9. Click "Add new feedback" from the Feedback main menu.

  10. Name the information provided (for example, Knowledge results) in the form field.

  11. Specify the conditions that the areas' results must meet to display feedback to the respondent: select the area's name (for example, Knowledge), the condition for the result of this area (mean or sum), the majority/minority/equality condition, and specify whether the result should refer to the absolute value or the value of the area, and the numeric value.

  12. To add another condition, click the (+) button and proceed as in the previous step.

  13. In the form field, enter the feedback displayed to the respondent after meeting the previously specified condition regarding his results.

  14. Click Save to confirm the changes and return to the list, or Save and add next to create a list of new conditions for other areas.

  15. To discard changes and return to the feedback menu, click Back to List.

What is worth remembering?

  • It is possible to display the results to the respondent only if the questionnaire is a TEST and not a survey. (See how to create a Test).

  • You can create a questionnaire examining several characteristics and display the interpretation for each of them.

  • This option is available only if we have previously assigned points to the answer (See how).

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