Page Breaks & Section Headers
You can create page breaks and section headers on Google Forms.
Use this feature:
1) Click here to see a sample Form with page breaks ONLY.
There is no section description at the top of the next page.
They merely click the "Next" button at the bottom to advance to the next page of the Form.
None of the questions on this Form are "required" to allow you to scroll through the entire Form without needing to answer the questions. When designing your own Forms, you can make questions "required."
2) Click here to see a sample Form with section headers.
None of the questions are marked "required" so that you can click, "Next" and go to the next page of this Form to see the example.
If you make any of the questions "required" on your Form, students will not be able to advance to the next page without answering required questions.
This example has "multiple choice questions" and "fill in the blank" as section headers.
3) Click here to see a sample Form with both page breaks and section headers used together. Required questions are also omitted on this example so you can click through the entire Form. If you make any questions required for your students, they must answer those questions before they can advance to the next page of the Form.
This choice divides the Form into sections
The sections can have labels.
The labels can also have descriptions and directions for users.
Click here to see a sample Form on a Presidential election quiz with both page breaks and section headers used together. Required questions are omitted on this example so you can click through the entire Form.
In this example, page one only asks for the student's name. You can put as many questions as you wish in each section or page page.
Remember, you can:
collect email address of students as they take the quiz/test
send students a copy of their responses
allow response editing so students can change answers later
not allow response editing
limit taking the quiz/test to one time only