Excel/Surveys into Excel Functions
I’m trying to make excel functions out of a survey, and was hoping you could help me.
A mental health survey allows children to rate their responses between “never” and “always.” Never = 0; Always = 5.
There are 14 questions in the survey.
A child is “flourishing” if she rates 4 OR 5 in ANY of the first 3 questions, AND 4 OR 5 in AT LEAST 6 of the remaining 11 questions.
A child is “languishing” if she rates 0 OR 1 on ANY of the first 3 questions, AND 0 OR 1 in AT LEAST 6 of the remaining 11 questions.
All the other children are “moderate.”
How would I code this into excel to quickly see who is languishing, moderate or flourishing?
I would be grateful for your thoughts.
Lets say you have 14 cells with a numerical rating. Say cells M1:M14 for simplicity.
Tested and it worked for me as I understand the rules.
Does that help?
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