Cronbach’s Alpha Calculator

Cronbach’s Alpha is a way to measure the internal consistency of a survey or questionnaire.

Cronbach’s Alpha ranges between 0 and 1, with higher values indicating that the survey or questionnaire is more reliable.

To calculate Cronbach’s Alpha for a given survey or questionnaire, simply enter the responses for up to five questions into the boxes below, then press the “Calculate” button.

Responses to Question 1

Responses to Question 2

Responses to Question 3

Responses to Question 4

Responses to Question 5

Cronbach’s Alpha: 0.77344

5 Replies to “Cronbach’s Alpha Calculator”

  1. As a student researcher, I found it very much easy, simple and interesting to use it. I wanted to use for my dissertation, but the number of boxes to enter questions is limited to only five, when my survey questionnaire has more than five questions.

  2. May I be clarified on what to enter in the responses? Say I use a 4-point Likert Scale, will I count how many responded per scale? Thank you.

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