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Figure 6-1. Adding a new quiz It’s good practice to create categories to organize your questions. Jason: The level of detail in the categories is up to you, but I tend to lean toward more detailed categories that I can combine into larger groups later if I want to. For example, I’ll break down questions related to a reading into a couple of concepts. It’s easier to clump questions together later than it is to pull them apart.

Let’s start out by making a category to hold the questions for our quiz: 1. From the “Editing quiz” page, click on the “Edit categories” button. 2. Above the list of current categories, as shown in Figure 6-3, you will see a space to add a new category. 3. Choose which category to place your new category in. If no other categories have been created, only Top will be available.

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