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Rankable or orderable questionAsked by ktandtdevine on March 08, 2017 at 05:22 PM
I am trying to put together a self-assessment which would ask 8 questions. Each question would have four possible choices and each option would get ranked 1-4, with 4 being the most like someone. I would then like to figure out which of those four options they score highest in.
"Rank each group of words, for all eight questions, on a scale of:
4= which is the most like you
3= which is quite a bit like you
2= which is a little bit like you
1= which is the least like you"
Each question would only have one option chosen for each number (in other words, you wouldn't be able to have two options ranked as a 4).
How would I go about this?
How do I quantify the entries, though? In other words, I want to see what their score would be for A, B, C, or D.