I have a question like this (it's a DISC test, if this matters):

1. From the following list, which option is 100% you and which option is 0% you?
a. tall
b. fat
c. happy
d. unemployed

How can I make this possible in Google Forms? The person answering it must be able to choose two of the four options, but they should be distinct (one must be 100% you and the other must be 0% you).

What's the best way to make this work in Google Forms? Is it even possible?


It is possible.
You should use the Multiple choice grid and turn "Require one response per row" on.

Please have a look at the attached images.

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  • Now, considering the questionnaire is composed of several questions like this, I need to know what option (a,b,c or d) got the most "100%" answers for each person who answers the questionnaire, can it be done?
    – Daniel
    May 11 '16 at 17:18
  • @Daniel Yes it can, but this is a completely different topic. What you ask for is the statistical analysis of your data. It can be done in a variety of distinct ways. Through the forms or even better the connected spreadsheets. Things though would get confusing if we were to answer it here. I think it deserves a question of its own. May 11 '16 at 21:33
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    @Daniel This answer may also interest you. May 28 '16 at 10:31

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