What is Scoring?
Scoring is a way to assign points to form users' results. This can be used to make quizzes, tests, or to add to conditional logic. Scoring can be used with most items that accept input.
You can set how an item's value is determined by editing it and using its "Calculations" settings tab. For most items, you can choose between two different modes for assigning values: "Entire Item" and "Each Choice".
The "Entire Item" mode allows you to enter a single value the item is worth when answered correctly. When answered incorrectly, it's worth 0. Checkbox items additionally have a "Require Choices" option that can select between requiring one or more of the correct choices ("Any"), or requiring exactly all of the correct choices ("Exact").
The "Each Choice" mode allows you to enter a separate value for each answer choice. For multiple choice items, the item is worth the value associated with the choice the user chooses. For text items, the item is worth the value associated with the text (case insensitive) the user enters.
Text items additionally have a "Directly" mode. The "Directly" mode allows form users to directly enter, as a number, the value the item is worth.
Finally, enable the "Enable Scoring" setting so the item will be included in Scoring.
For a complete overview of your form's scores, go to your form's "Results -> Analytics" page and then to the "Scoring Report" tab. Scores are also added as an extra column on your form's "Results" page and in Exports.