Your original problem:
A character, token, or clause is invalid or missing
refers to your INSERT statement. Your original code had a WHERE clause, which I'm fairly sure can't be used with INSERT like that. INSERT is a new row, while WHERE constrains your statement to act on existing rows.
I understand from your second post that you want to record the user responses to your option questions - is that right? In which case you'll need a (probably separate) table to record answers. If that table is administrator.status, then you need a SQL statement like:
INSERT INTO administrator.status(q_no, option1, option2, option3, option4) values(?, ?, ?, ?, ?)
That should get you something to look at in your table, but I suspect there's still a lot of work to do on your database design.