Guided example below:

Graded quizzes are when answers are simply right or wrong and a score is given at the end of the quiz based on what percentage they got correct. So if there are 10 questions and they get 10 right, they get 100%, or if they get 8 out of 10 right, they get 80%.
 An outcome quiz is a little more complicated. Outcome quizzes are generally used for personality quizzes, or recommendation quizzes. For example, "Where should you go for dinner tonight?" or "Which Harry Potter character are you?"
 Let's look at the basic overview of an outcome quiz. To start, you are going to create your cover page. I just went ahead and put, "Which Harry Potter Character are you?" No need to add a description on here, it's completely optional.
For outcomes, I've created Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Draco Malfoy - 4 of the most popular characters in the show.
 These will be displayed at the end of the quiz - this is the result.
 For questions, I've added two example questions:
 1. Do you wear glasses?
 2. Are you a boy or a girl?
 First we need to map out who wears glasses. We know that Harry does, Ron, Hermione and Draco do not. I've already gone ahead and mapped out Boy or Girl?
 Now we'll go to the configure page to make sure everything checks out. I'll answer, Yes - I wear glasses, and I am a boy. Look at that, I'm "Harry Potter". Pretty cool.
 When creating a graded quiz, you'll follow a very similar process to creating an outcome quiz. So to start, I'll create a graded quiz called "Are you a Harry Potter expert?". There is an option to define outcomes, but we'll skip that for a future video.
 Let's get to our questions. A question example would be, "What day is Harry Potter's birthday?" We know it's on July 31, so we'll have that one highlighted in green. However, if his birthday was October 31st, we could change it over to that.
 Same deal with Neville Longbottom - "What house does Neville belong to?" We know it is Gryffindor, so we'll define that as the right answer.
 You can create additional questions by clicking the + button in the bottom left.
 Take a test run of the quiz by going to the configure page.
 This is a basic overview of setting up graded and outcome quizzes in Qzzr. We'll continue to post about more advanced features in the future.

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