True or false questions are well-suited to test recall or comprehension. Typically a statement is asked in the question and test takers are forced to answer one of only two possible options: true or false.
Creating a true or false quiz allows you create questions and check answers quicker than other question formats. For the learner who is answering true or false questions, a lot of content can be covered by a good number of questions in just a short period of time.
Answers to true and false questions should not be obvious to the test taker. Both true and false statements should have roughly the same length, be precise rather than ambiguous, and the whole quiz ideally randomized with no discernable pattern. These steps help limit the guesswork that comes with answering this type of quiz.
Click the “New Quiz” icon on the control panel.
Double-click the green book icon to name your quiz.
Hit the “Preview” button to look at how your questions looks in the real test.