Blooket Question Sets

Learning is getting more exciting with new technology! There are cool games on the internet that make education fun. Three big ones are Kahoot, Blokus, and Prodigy Math. These games mix learning with fun, making it enjoyable to get smarter. In this manner, Blooket is one of the best in the sense of learning and education.

When you play Blooket Join game, you will have to register either as a student a teacher, or an educator. However, if you want to host the game, you need to have a question set that you can use as a quiz during your gameplay.

In this post, we will learn about what are the Blooket question sets, how to find them, and how to create your own sets of questions. So read this guide till the end as we will also answer some most commonly asked questions about this topic.

What is a Blooket Question Set?

What is a Blooket Question Set

A question set is a set of unique and interesting questions related to a specific subject or topic. It can be a set of quiz questions related to American Culture, Political History, Animal Kingdom, etc

The educators have to find or make question sets for their students and then invite them to class to play the game. There will be two or three teams for each game. And one who will give the right answers to the questions wins the game.

How to Discover Blooket Question Sets?

If you just registered an account with Blooket then your next step is to discover the question sets. And you can read this step-by-step guide to discover your first set of Blooket questions.

How to Discover Blooket Question Sets

1- Login to Your Blooket Account:

Visit the Blooket website and sign in to your account. You can login with your username and password.

2- Go to Discover Page:

Now go to the Discover option that is located on the left sidebar of your Blooket account. On this page, you can search for the question category that you are interested in. Also, you can choose the pre-made question sets.

3- Search for Question Set Categories:

For better results, you should search with terms like skill, grade, topic, and level. There is a search filter on the right side of the search bar. You can use it to make teaks in your search terms. Choose the set that you want to use and it will open on a new page. 

4- Edit Questions:

You can edit the questions according to your needs. On this page, you have the options to:

You can use any of the above options and then start the quiz game.

How to Mark a Question Set as Favorite?

If you are thinking about how to mark a set of questions as your favorite then you have the guide here.

How to Mark a Question Set as Favorite

1- Choose the Question Set You Need to Mark as Favorite:

Go to Discover and then choose the question set that you want to set as your favorite. This page will open in your window where you need to mark it as a favorite.

2- Mark Question Set as Favorite:

The next step is to mark the step as a favorite. Go to the below section of the question set and click on the “Favorite” icon option to make it a favorite. Now this set will be added to your favorite folder and you can access this folder from the left sidebar.

3- Unfavorite a Question Set:

You can also unfavorite a question set if you do not want to add it to your favorite folder. Just click on the question set you want to unfavorite and then click on the unfavorite option.

How to Duplicate a Public Question Set?

This feature is only for Blooket Plus members. However, the process is so easy and you can do it right now.

How to Duplicate a Public Question Set
  1. Open the question set that you want to duplicate.
  2. Click on the copy section to copy the questions.
  3. The website will ask you to be sure to copy this question set. You need to click on the Yes button.
  4. Now your questions will be added to your question set database and you can access it right from there.

How to Create Your Blooket Question Set?

If you are an educator and you want to create your own set of questions then you can do it. The starter plan of Blooket is offering this feature for free. So let’s start it.

How to Create Your Blooket Question Set
  1. Go to the dashboard and click on the “Create” button.
  2. Now you need to choose a title and a short description for your set.
  3. You can also add a feature image to your set to make it vibrant and identifiable.
  4. Now you need to choose the option Private or Public. Choose private if you do not want to share your set with others. Also, choose Public if you want to share it with all the other players.
  5. Click on the “Create” button to create a set.
  6. Now you need to add questions to your set. Start adding questions and their corresponding answers.
  7. Mark the correct answer.
  8. Click on the save button to save your draft.

How to Import Questions from a Spreadsheet into Blooket?

You have the option to import the Blooket question from a spreadsheet.

How to Import Questions from a Spreadsheet into Blooket
  1. Go to the Create page and create a new set.
  2. Click on the “CVS” import option and choose the spreadsheet you want to import.
  3. If you want to import a sheet in an existing set then you need to open the set click on the “Spreadsheet Import” button and choose the sheet from your computer.
  4. Now your sheet is uploaded and you can use it in your question set.

Import Questions from Quizlet

Another import option is the Quizlet import. If you are using Quizlet and want to import your question directly from the platform, you need to do this:

Import Questions from Quizlet
  1. Go to the create page, create a set, and give it a title.
  2. Now click on the “Quizlet Import” option to start the import process.
  3. From here, you will be asked to choose the following options:
    1. Your Quizlet
    2. Search Quizlet
  4. Choose “Your Quizlet” if you want to login to your Quizlet account and then import the questions.
  5. If you want to use any set of Quizlet then choose “Search Quizlet” and then choose the question set that you want to import.

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