A typical online survey will be extremely straightforward, but it is still important to pay attention to how you respond to one, as the way you answer an early question can affect the overall nature of those you are asked as the survey goes on. When you open the survey from the website it will be accompanied by a brief explanatory section explaining how long the survey should take, how many categories there are in it, and how many questions you will have to answer.
The reason for this section is so that you do not leave a survey unfinished. If you leave even one question unanswered, then it means the survey is incomplete, and for the purposes of the paid survey it is as though you had done nothing, no money nor credit will be paid for the quiz, and even if you have spent half an hour answering tricky questions you will still receive nothing for your efforts.
It is important to concentrate for a survey, because many of the questions asked come in multiple parts. Do not be hasty in jumping in and answering the question before being in full receipt of the multiple choice list of answers, as this could affect what you are asked later and take the survey in a direction that you would have preferred not to. It is always worth spending time informing yourself about what you may be asked – the beauty of multiple choice is in the simplicity that it gives people who set tests.