Review mode passing SCORM calls

Sep 24, 2013

Hi there,

I was wondering if anyone might be able to shed some light onto the following situation.

We have an articulate presenter course which features an articulate quizmaker assessment on the final page.

The user completes the quiz and the LMS marks the score as 95% or 100% etc... (pass rate 80%).

However if the user clicks review quiz to look through the answers and question, upon returning to the results screen the course is then trying to update the LMS with new details.

This is what our client has discovered:

I've found the reason of the Incomplete status and the score. If you complete the SCORM with a passing score, and the you try to review what you have done, the SCORM sent out a new status. This shouldn't happen as we are reviewing the SCORM, but it seems that the SCORM itself it's not designed to accept the review mode.

Can you speak with your SCORM provider, to modify the SCORM so that  in review mode, the SCORM shouldn't send anything to the LMS.

Any support on this is greatly appreciated.

Kind regards


8 Replies
Alan Bourne

Good morning,

I was wondering if anyone can shed any more light on this. I have some more information which might help.

The LMS we are using is Moodle.

I believe the settings are to enable review mode after the user has passed.

The issue is that when the user has passed, and the user returns to the course again, its still pushing scorm calls to the LMS.

Is there a way to make Presenter courses work with this moodle setting to put it into review mode?

Any help is greatly appreciated, i'm really struggling with this one...

Kind regards


Dan Marsden

What version of Moodle are you using? - if you're using 1.9.x - then you should upgrade asap.

If you're running early version of 2.4 or 2.5 you should take a look at MDL-37524 to see if that describes the issue you are experiencing - that bug is fixed in 2.4.7 and 2.5.3 (which aren't released yet but the same fixes are in the stable "+" releases available on as well)

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