Be it your quizzes inside a course or questions within your mock-tests, you can tag them. In this support article, let me show you how to tag your questions in mock-tests.

You can follow these same steps to tag questions in your course section quizzes.

You will also see, how students can use these tags to assess their topic wise performance.

How To Tag Your Questions

To Add question tags to your questions you can go to your admin dashboard and select the Mock-Test tab. Select any existing test or create a new mock-test

Select any question you want to tag.

Note: If you haven't created any questions, read the below support article

Read: How to import mock-test in excel format

In the question setting (Left side panel) there is an option called Tag Questions. Select the relevant tag to your question

For e.g: I have selected the IELTS Reading Passages Tag for this question.

Once you have selected it, click Save to update the latest tag.

Congratulations. You have tagged your question. Same way, go ahead and keep tagging your questions.

How To View Your Tagged Question From Admin Side

You can find the tagged question, from the tags section of your admin dashboard.

To view it, first, go to your admin dashboard, click on Tags.

Next, go to the tag. For e.g: the IELTS Reading passages tag> Manage questions

Here you will be able to see the questions you have tagged.

How To View Your Tagged Question From Student Side

Your students will be able to see the tags when they view their test reports.

Conclusion

Feel free to create tags for specific topics or lessons in your course.

For e.g. For my IELTS mock-tests, I created 9 tags like English passage reading, grammar, vocabulary, and so on. Each of these 9 tags will have more than 10 questions.

Likewise, If you are teaching a math test on geometry, you can have tags like Lines & angles, Triangles, Circles, and so on.

If you haven't created any tags, check our support article on how to create tags.

Hope this article, helped you to tag your questions in mock-tests.

To know more about tags, check out the content tagging master guide for more details.

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