I will create the scored form using one of our PDFs. Each statement needs to be provided to the survey respondent and then they must answer 1, 2, or 3 for each statement. After the survey is complete, a calculation needs to take place (see PDF for how that occurs) and the top three scores need to be shown to the respondent with the category of those top three scores. A legend of the scores (as included in the PDF) needs to be presented to the respondent as well.A Answer: Usually for someone looking to create a simple online form that uses scoring, I’d recommend that you look at Typeform using their scoring feature. Easy to set up and can use logic jumps to show different question branching or form endings depending on the score.
In your case, you’re looking for a scoring form app that can show the top three scores and a legend of scores on a final screen. For this more advanced scoring form, I’d recommend that you look at ScoreApp as they can do the conditional logic you need and also show the results on a final landing page with the option to send the scores via email to the respondent. Depending on the number of respondents, they can be pricier than Typeform, but if you’re looking for client engagement through the final results screen, it’s your best bet.