When playing Kahoot with a distributor, the questions and multiple-choice answers are on the device the distributor is using. On the player's device, you will see a variety of shapes and colors that represent answers. These coincide with the questions and answers from the distributor's device. After a shape or color is chosen on the player's device, and the timer runs out, points are given to those players with the correct answer. These characteristics of the game are the same when playing a game by yourself. When playing a game in a classroom setting, with multiple players, the main quiz is viewed from the distributor's screen, and each player plays on their own devices with access from the game pin. Playing a game by yourself requires two devices, one for the questions and answers to be displayed on, and one to display the shapes and colors that represent your answer. The first device becomes the distributor screen, while the second device is for the player. In both settings, the question will appear on the distributor screen with the answers displayed on the different colored shapes. You then choose your answer on your own device with the matching colored shape. Points are given after the time runs out or after all players have answered, which ever happens first. Your scores are recorded and saved on your profile. This is beneficial for teachers and students that are trying to improve a student's learning, especially in one subject. The scores can assist in showing progress or areas that need improvement.