Multiple choice questions can have scores associated with each of their options. For example
This question might be set up so that "Yes" scores 10, "In progress" scores 5 and "No" scores 0/10.
Auto-scored rfp questions can greatly reduce the time required to evaluate vendors responses and improves accuracy.
Many SupplierSelect users favour a combined multiple choice with comments field question. For example, an RFP for a software product might include a question such as:
There is a automatic score of 10 for a definite Yes, 0 (zero) for a definite no, whilst a qualified Yes will have no score and thus draw an evaluator to examine the answer.