Creating a multiple choice problem

Created by Boris Chekaev, Modified on Mon, 19 Sep 2022 at 02:33 PM by Boyko Cholakov


In a multiple choice problem, learners select one option from a list of answer options.

If you are looking to create a problem that lets learners select multiple options from a list of answer options, see Creating a checkbox problem.

Note that while there has to be at least one correct answer, you can set up the problem to have several correct answers.


  1. Log in to SIT Alemira Studio.
  2. Navigate to your course.
  3. Open the subsection where you would like to add the problem.
  4. Click + New Unit.
  5. Select Problem.
  6. Select Multiple Choice.
  7. Click EDIT.
  8. Use the built-in markdown to create your question.

    Example with one correct answer:

    >>What color is a red apple?<<
    ( ) Yellow
    ( ) Green
    (x) Red

    Example with multiple correct answers:

    >>What color is a red apple?<<
    ( ) Yellow
    (x) Scarlet
    (x) Carmine

Remember to click Save and Publish for the changes to go live.

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