There are a few features that many teachers want to be added to Google Forms to increase their effectiveness as an assessment tool, both formative and summative, in the classroom. One of these, which can make it a little bit more difficult to cheat, is the ability to randomly rotate the choices in a question. This was recently pushed out and it is a very simple thing to do.
1. Create a new form and insert either a Multiple choice, Checkboxes, Choose from a list, or Grid question.
2. Fill out your question and then select the “Advanced settings”.
3. Select the box next to “Shuffle _______” and when students, or other people, go to the form they will get a different order of options for that question.