We know that every question we save in the question bank has a folder and at least one tag. Now we will find the questions we want by making folder and tag selections.
To do this:
- Open the question bank.
- The system lists you your existing folders. Select the folder you want.
When you select a folder, the system will list you the tags of the questions in that folder, the number of questions which have tag, and the number of questions which have tag value.
In the example above, we chose the English folder. The system shows us that there are 16 Questions in this folder. 16 of these 16 questions have the category tag; 10 of them have the level tag; 6 of them have the subject tag. The system also lists the values (along with the number of questions) that each tag has taken in the questions, right next to it. For example, 6 out of 16 questions with category tags have reading, 2 have speaking values.
- Narrow the list of questions to be listed by ticking the tag values you want.
- Each time you make a selection, the system shows you how many questions you have in each tag value and how many you are about to list due to your choices.
- Finally, click on the List the Questions button.
From the example above, we can draw the following conclusions:
- There are a total of 8 questions whose category tag value is “writing”.
- There are a total of 5 questions whose level tag value is “intermediate”.
- However, we made 2 choices: There are a total of 3 questions with both the value of the category tag “writing” and the value of the level tag “intermediate“.
When you select a value for multiple tags, the system lists only questions that meet all conditions. However, if you select many values for a tag together, it lists all the questions whose value is one of the selected values for that tag.