When creating an Advanced Assessment, there are many different categories of questions to choose from. Some of these items are easier to create than others, so we have gone ahead and categorized them by level difficulty: Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced.

Below you will find a description of the questions that are considered Intermediate; these questions have formatting and scoring options that are more intricate than a basic question.

### Label Image with Drag and Drop

Students select from a list of potential answers and drag them to the correct response box on an image.

Article: Label Image with Drag - Drop

### Label Image with Drop Down

Students evaluate one or more row items using a set of column options.

Article: Label Image with Drop Down

### Label Image with Text

Students enter text into response box labels positioned on an image.

Article: Label Image with Text

### Classification

Students categorize a list of possible responses into a table.

Article: Classification

### Drawing

Students answer a question using different drawing tools such as a compass, or straightedge (ruler) on a provided image.

Article: Drawing

### Shading

Provides a visual representation of functions and calculations, including fractions and ratios.

Article: Shading

### Hotspot

Allows you to upload an image and determine target regions that the students can click on as an answer.

Article: Hotspot

### Image Annotation Upload

Students upload and annotate an image.

Article: Image Annotation Upload

### Cloze Math

Students enter a math response into one or more response boxes.

Article: Cloze Math

### Cloze Math with Image

Students enter a math response into one or more response boxes on an image.

Article: Cloze Math with Image

### Math Formula

Students will be able to input any answer that makes the statement(s) true.

Other types of Math Formula questions: Math with Units, Math with Text, Math with Fractions, Math with Matrices, Math Fill in the Blanks

Article: Math Formula

### Math Essay

The student can input both text and math formulas/symbols within the same response, usually when a response needs further explanation.

Article: Math Essay

### Number Line with Drag and Drop

Students drag points or images onto a number line.

Article: Number Line with Drag and Drop

### Number Line with Plot

Students plot points on a line or stack points above a line. It iI especially useful for inequalities.

Article: Number Line with Plot

### Dot Plot / Line Plot

The Dot Plot and Line Plot options allows students to create or modify dot plots or line plots. The only difference between the two is whether to display dots or lines.

Article: Dot Plot/Line Plot

### Gridded

The purpose of griddable items is to provide students with the opportunity to derive answers independently without being influenced by answer choices provided with the questions.

Article: Gridded

### Cloze Chemistry

Students enter chemical formulas into empty response boxes, which may form part of an equation, or appear in the middle of a text.

Article: Cloze Chemistry

### Cloze Chemistry with Image

Students input complex chemistry formulas on an image, using response boxes.

Article: Cloze Chemistry with Image

### Chemistry Formula

Students input full or partial chemical formulas into empty response boxes.

Article: Chemistry Formula

### Chemistry Essay

Students input both text and chemical formula, within the same response.

Article: Chemistry Essay

### Line Chart

Students create or modify Line Charts.

Article: Line Chart

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