PowerPoint Templates & Games

How to Make A Quiz Game in PowerPoint:

So you want to create an interactive quiz game in PowerPoint for you digital classroom, but don’t know where or how to start? You have come to the right place! The PowerPoint Quiz Game is an easy and fun way to engage your team and encourage competition and growth

Already created by multiple innovative Teachers, Educators and Managers worldwide, the quiz template is perfect for classes, competitions, team building, and even for fun activities.

So let’s dive right in and create your very own PowerPoint Quiz Game in just 15 simple steps:

quiz ppt mockup (1)
Total Time Needed: 5 minutes

Softwares:

- Microsoft PowerPoint

Features:

- Hyperlinks

Here is how we create an Interactive PowerPoint Quiz Game:

Step 1 : Create Quiz Game Title Slide
In the first slide, create your cover page with any images or shapes you would like for an aesthetic start.
TItle Slide PPT Quiz Game
Step 2 : Disable Navigation in Slide-Show Mode - Browsed at a kiosk
Under Slide-Show Tab, Click on Set-up Slide-Show. In the pop-up, choose "Browsed at a Kiosk". Click ‘ok’ to confirm. This will ensure that you can navigate in slide-show mode only through hyperlinks.
Kiosk Mode in PPT Quiz Game
Step 3 : Design Wrong Answer Slide
Then create a new slide. This slide will be shown to the participant if they answer incorrectly. Design it to your liking.
Wrong Answer PPT Game
Step 4 : Add Question Slide
Add a new slide and write your first question. The answers will be in Multiple Choice Format (MCQ). Add shapes and design it as you would like your question page to be.
PowerPoint Quiz Game
Step 5 : Correct Answer Slide
Add one more slide. This slide will be shown to the participant if they answer correctly. Design it to your liking.
Correct Answer PPT Game
Step 6 : Add Start Game Button
Go to Slide 1 and add a "Start Quiz" shape.
Select the inserted shape and open the insert tab. In the insert tab, find and open the ‘Action’ menu. We will now apply a hyperlink to that shape.
PPT Quiz Answer Button Start
Step 7 : Hyperlink for "Start Quiz" Button
In the action settings pop-up, click on “Hyperlink to” and select the ‘Slide...’ option. A menu named “Hyperlink to Slide” will open automatically. Select the slide with the question i.e. Slide 3.
Hyperlink for Start QUiz PowerPoint Game
Step 8 : Hyperlinks for "Answer"
In the question slide, select the correct option. Click on Insert > Action > Hyperlink to > Next Slide i.e the correct answer slide. In the case of the wrong answer shape, it should hyperlink to Slide 2 (not 'previous slide' but rather "Slide..." > Slide 2)
Hyperlinks for Answer Boxes (1)
Step 9 : Retry Question Button
In the Wrong Answer Slide (Slide 2), add a "retry" shape. Insert a hyperlink to "Last Slide Viewed". If you then click on the "retry" shape, you'll be taken to the last question slide that was attempted.
Insert > Actions > Hyperlink to > Last Slide Viewed
Retry PPT QUIZ
Step 10 : Next Question Button
In the Correct Answer Slide (Slide 4), add a "Next Question" Button.
Insert > Actions > Hyperlink to > Next Slide
Next QUestion PPTVBA
Step 11 : Add more Questions
Select the first question slide and the “correct answer” slide by holding down the ‘ctrl’ key. Copy-paste them to duplicate.
Repeat this for as many questions you like. Change the questions and answer choices in the new slides.
Duplicate PPT Question Slides
Step 12 : Add Appropriate Hyperlinks to Answer Shapes
In the new question slides, you might type in the correct answer in a box that might contain the hyperlink for the wrong answer.
Just cross-check and add the appropriate hyperlinks to the answer shapes.
Hyperlinks for Answer Boxes (1)
Step 13 : Add End Quiz Button
Go to the last “Correct answer” slide and add a shape with the text "End Quiz Game". The shape should be Hyperlinked to > End Show
Also, Add an ending message:: "Congratulations! You have completed the Quiz”. in the last slide.
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13 Step Microsoft PowerPoint Tutorial 
Learn to create an Interactive
PPT Quiz Game at the end of this!

Following are few PowerPoint Templates that are 100% free – All the VBA Codes are provided along with a few Sample Files:

QUIZ GAME IN POWERPOINT
POINTS, SCORES, GRADE, REPORT CARD & CUSTOM GENERATED CERTIFICATE

We have all used Microsoft PowerPoint to create presentations for our school assignments and then for our bosses at our jobs.

Many teachers use Microsoft PowerPoint and quickly create teaching modules which boost their presence in classroom and make learning fun. 

However, Microsoft PowerPoint’s capabilities go way beyond creating the cliched animated presentations.

We can use Visual Basic Applications and Hyperlinks to embed interactivity within your file and engage your students or employees within your presentation by making them play a quiz game.

Here, we will be using Microsoft PowerPoint to make an amazing quiz game which can keep scores, generate certificates and excel sheets containing report cards. We can add time limit and use various features in a very versatile manner.

PPT TEMPLATE Who wants to be a millionaire

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Quiz Game Template

You can also download ready-made PowerPoint Quiz Templates from my website and easily customise the questions and start engaging your students in your classroom!

If you have any features which you would want to request to be added in the module, please email me and I shall do that at the earliest!

TRIVIA POWERPOINT QUIZ GAME TEMPLATE FOR ONLINE CLASS

Teachers can now conduct Online Quiz Games in Zoom, Google Meet or Cisco WebEx using this PowerPoint Quiz Game which consists of upto 30 student scoreboards.

Download Premium Interactive PowerPoint Quiz Game TEMPLATE

Send Report Card to Google Sheets, Import Questions from Excel.
Make your quiz game in 54 seconds!

Points, Percentage, Grade in PowerPoint Quiz

Place an ActiveX Element – Label in your powerpoint slide-master to easily keep count of number of correct answers, wrong answers, total questions, passed questions etc. and have appropriate calculations to generate the custom points, percentage, grades and even messages from teachers.

Exporting PowerPoint Quiz Report Card in an Excel Sheet

We can take all the data which had been generated after your student takes the PowerPoint Quiz and transfer it to an Microsoft Excel sheet for further analyses.

We can find out the questions which were answered incorrectly and help the students improve. Using OneDrive, we can make a Master Excel Sheet where every student’s test scores can be compiled. We can find out which question was the hardest to answer and generate amazing analytics to further troubleshoot issues.

You can also download ready-made PowerPoint Quiz Templates from my website and easily customise the questions and start engaging your students in your classroom!

If you have any features which you would want to request to be added in the module, please email me and I shall do that at the earliest!