Excel, If / Then or is there a better way?
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rizvisa1 Posts 4478 Registration date Thursday January 28, 2010 Status Contributor Last seen May 5, 2022  Mar 16, 2013 at 11:46 AM
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Mar 16, 2013 at 11:46 AM
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Zohaib has provided a solution. Since you asked "if there is a better way", i thought i would throw in my two cents too
1. Column A, Questions
2. Column B, Correct Answer for questions
3. Column C, Number of correct answers for a question by class. Kind of summary for a question
4. Column D:AB : just answer of student where each column is a student
5. Summarize results at bottom
1. Column A, Questions
2. Column B, Correct Answer for questions
3. Column C, Number of correct answers for a question by class. Kind of summary for a question
4. Column D:AB : just answer of student where each column is a student
5. Summarize results at bottom
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Mar 15, 2013 at 05:57 PM
Mar 15, 2013 at 05:57 PM
Hi WMCAROLI,
I have used the following formula to evaluate the result for each question:
=IF(B2="A",1,0)
The answer is in Cell B2 which has a drop down that allows you to select from four options "A", "B", "C" and "D". The correct answer for this above question is "A", if "A" is selected from the drop down the result will be 1 else 0. This formula can be used for different answers also using the same logic. Because the result is either 1 or 0, it helps in getting aggregate of all the 40 questions.
I have prepared a sample sheet for two students you can extend it for the next 25. You can download the sample sheet from the below mentioned link:
http://speedy.sh/RU6QU/QuestionSheetfor25Studentand40Question.xlsx
Do reply with results.
I have used the following formula to evaluate the result for each question:
=IF(B2="A",1,0)
The answer is in Cell B2 which has a drop down that allows you to select from four options "A", "B", "C" and "D". The correct answer for this above question is "A", if "A" is selected from the drop down the result will be 1 else 0. This formula can be used for different answers also using the same logic. Because the result is either 1 or 0, it helps in getting aggregate of all the 40 questions.
I have prepared a sample sheet for two students you can extend it for the next 25. You can download the sample sheet from the below mentioned link:
http://speedy.sh/RU6QU/QuestionSheetfor25Studentand40Question.xlsx
Do reply with results.