Thanks to a nifty little feature called Response Validation, password-protecting a quiz in Google Forms is no sweat.
The video below highlights the process in 4 parts. For your convenience, there’s a five-second interval between each segment, so you can pause the video to practice on your own Google Form.
ProTip: Be sure to make each quiz question required. The instructions for doing so are spelled out in the video. Required questions, especially one that asks for a password, can’t be skipped. Students must answer them before the Google Form will allow them to submit their responses.
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