Creating MCQs in your custom library

To add MCQs to your custom library, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to HackerEarth Assessment using admin credentials.
  2. On the recruiter dashboard, click Library.
    By default, all the MCQs that are available in the HackerEarth's library are displayed.
  3. In Libraries, select My library.
  4. In Question types, select MCQ.
  5. Click mceclip2.png.
  6. In the Problem Statement field, enter the problem statement.
  7. In the Choices section, complete the following actions:
    1. Enter each choice.
    2. Select the radio button corresponding to the correct option.
      Note: By default, Assessment provides 4 option fields. If you want to add more options, click the Add a choice button that is displayed after the fourth field.
  8. In the Difficulty level list, select the difficulty level of the problem, Easy, Medium, and Hard.
  9. In the Score section, perform the following tasks:
    1. Enter the maximum marks that you want to assign to candidates if they answer the question correctly. For example, 2 for Easy, 4 for Medium, and 6 for Hard questions.
    2. Enter the negative score that is subtracted from the candidates' total score if they answer the problem incorrectly. For example, if you enter 1, then 1 mark will be subtracted from the candidate's total score.
  10. In the Time section, if you want to make this a timed MCQ, then add the maximum time in the Max. Time field within which the candidate must answer the problem. If this time is greater than 0, then the question is treated as a timed question.
  11. In the Section list, select the section in which you want to add the question. For example, Algebra.
    After you save the question, it will be visible in the section that you have selected.

    Note: By default, a question is not associated with any section. However, you can add a question to a specific section that you have created.
  12. In the Tags section, add the tags that are relevant to the question.
    For example, if your problem is assessing the knowledge of inheritance in Java, then you can add multiple tags such as Java, Inheritance, OOP, and so on. These tags can be used to auto-generate tests for specific profiles. 
  13. Click Save Objective Question.

 You have successfully added MCQs to your custom library.