There is no exact weighting that can be done *within the form itself*, but there are other options.

The scoring questions allow you to choose a minimum and a maximum and the range is *sequential *or in other words, you can't skip numbers. This means you cannot have a scoring question with the options being 2, 4, and 6 but you can have one with the options as 1, 2, and 3.

- You could set up your scoring questions to have different ranges altogether. For example, some of your questions could have a 1-5 scale and others could have a 5-10 scale.
- The most common option is to use the reporting tool to weight questions.
- Using formulas you can,
- Multiply the score by a number to make it worth that much more
- Example: Multiply a score by 2 to make that score have twice the weight it originally had

- Multiply by a number less than 1 to show a score that is worth X% of the total score
- Example: Multiply a score of 0.20 to make that score worth 20% of the overall score

- Multiply the score by a number to make it worth that much more
- Each formula will create a new column. You can then use those new columns to add and/or average the new, weighted score.

- Using formulas you can,

As always, contact Foundant Support if you have additional questions.