(A2,5) Attempt an Audio-Response Question
Note: To use the Recording feature on iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, make sure your device is updated to iOS/iPadOS 14.3 and your microphone setting in Safari is switched to "allow" mode.
- From R18, your teacher is able to attach a pre-populated Google File to a Free-Response Question. To find out how you can attempt such questions, click here.
For Audio-Response questions, you would need to allow the browser to access your microphone to start recording. Click the text box followed by the Recording icon at the top left to begin attempting the Audio Response question.
Note: Each recording can be up to a maximum duration of 10 minutes.
You can click the Play icon to listen to your recording to make sure that it is recorded successfully. Click the Download icon to save your recording on your local hard drive.
Note: Audio recordings can also be downloaded when it is still being processed.
You are allowed to attach only 1 recording at one time. You can delete the recording and redo a new recording before you submit it.
- Alternatively, for devices that do not support the Recording feature, you can upload an audio or video file instead. Click here to find out how you can upload audio or video files.
- In a standalone question that is not part of a quiz, you can submit your response by clicking the Submit button. You can also choose Save as Draft if you would like to revisit this question again after you have visited other pages or logged out. Your response will be saved.
- Once you submit your response, you will be able to see the correct answer if your teacher has provided it.
- In an Auto-Graded Quiz and a Teacher-Marked Quiz, you can only submit your response after attempting the last question.
Did You Know:
- If your teacher has set a recommended time, you will be able to see it below the Question Body.
- If enabled by your teacher, you may be allowed multiple tries to this question.
Rubrics in Audio-Response Questions
Some Audio-Response Questions contain Rubrics for reference. Click here to find out more.