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Likert Scale in Google Forms: How to Make It (Easiest Way 2024)

In this article, we will show you how to make a Likert scale in Google Forms in just a few clicks. Simply follow the steps below.

How to Make a Likert Scale in Google Forms: 4 Easy Steps

Step 1: Select the "Multiple choice grid" question type.

Click the "+" button on the right to add a new question, then select the "Multiple choice grid" from the list of question types.

likert scale in google forms
google forms likert scale

Step 2: Set your Likert scale. 

In the "Rows" section, enter the statements or questions for your scale. In the "Columns" section, enter the scale points. For example:

  • Strongly Disagree
  • Disagree
  • Neutral
  • Agree
  • Strongly Agree
how to make a likert scale in google forms

Step 3: Toggle "Require a response in each row."

You can find this at the bottom of the question box. This is to make sure that the respondent doesn't skip any of the statements or questions. 

likert scale on google forms

Step 4: Preview your form. 

Use the preview button (looks like an eye) at the top of the page to see how your Likert scale will appear to respondents. Test it out to make sure it works as expected.

how to do a likert scale on google forms

Below is an example of what a Likert scale should look like in Google Forms:

how to create a likert scale in google forms

We hope this article has helped you and given you a better understanding on how to make a Likert scale in Google Forms.

You might also like our articles on how to set up a timer for Google Forms and how to print a Google Form. To optimize your workflow better, we recommend reading our guide on managing Google Forms notifications for multiple emails.

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