Numeric Answer Question Type

Math teachers love using Edcite to create assessments aligned to state standards. With the variety of question types available and 150,000+ items in our Question Bank, teachers can also give students practice aligned to their state test.

One of our most popular question types is the numeric answer question type!

Select Text from Stimulus Question Type

Edcite has technology-enhanced question types that align to state tests across the country. Our 60 digital question types can be used across subjects to assess students’ learning and knowledge of standards. 

One of our most popular question types is the select text from stimulus question type found on PARCC-formatted tests.

Select Text from Excerpt Question Type

Edcite offers technology-enhanced question types that align with many state tests around the country, including those that use the SBAC, PARCC, and AIR formats. Teachers and teams who want to create their own auto-graded items can even filter by state assessment.

One of our most popular question types is the select text from excerpt question type found on SBAC and AIR-formatted tests.

Drag and Drop Text Question Type

Edcite allows students to practice with the type of technology-enhanced items that they will see on their end-of-year state test. Most of our question types are also auto-graded, giving both teachers and students immediate feedback. 

One of our most popular question types is the drag and drop text question type found on PARCC-formatted tests.

Drag and Drop Math Question Type

Edcite is committed to providing students a state-aligned assessment experience year-round. Our technology-enhanced question types align with state assessments such as Smarter Balanced, PARCC, AIR, FSA, MCAS, ILEARN, and more. 

One of our most popular question types is the drag and drop math question type.

Grouping Drag and Drop Question Type

Edcite has 60 technology-enhanced question types available that teachers can use to create formative and summative assessments. Teachers can also find standards-based items in our Question Bank. Several of our question types give students practice with drag and drop.

One of our most popular question types is our grouping drag and drop question.

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