It's a bit of a pain having to create a list of answers and then manually
randomize them, especially if you're creating very long lists. This utility
quickly randomizes multiple choice answers. To use, paste in a list (each item must be on its own
line) in the second input field. The first
input field can be used for the question. You might prefer to have the
question and answer generated together. If not, leave the question field
blank. If you wish the utility to automatically letter the randomized list,
enable the checkbox. This will letter your answers a. b. c.... If the lists is longer than 26 items, it will use double
letters: aa. bb. cc. etc. If you are creating answer lists with more than
52 items, well, you're really a mean teacher. Leave the checkbox unchecked
if you'll use, say, Word's built in numbering/lettering function.
Click Sort when you're ready.
To import the output into your document, simply highlight the output,
copy, and then paste into Word or your word processor of choice.
If you wish to randomize
more than one question, try the batch mode.
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