Using a Global Measure

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The global measure feature is useful if you need to measure a result from a set of questions that share some common “dimension”.

For instance, you may create a Web Form with ten questions – two sets of five questions that address different types of knowledge or competency.

You may need to get a total score for the entire assessment and a score for each set of five questions.

In this example, you will create a ten question web form.

  • Five questions will address the participant’s knowledge of web forms and five questions will address the participant’s general SmartSimple knowledge.
  • These questions will be mixed, but each question will be linked to one of two global dimensions – Basic and Web Forms.
  • You will score the entire assessment and also the score for each “set” of questions.