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Colleen Brunner

Technically it's not possible if you allow for more than one attempt.

You could work around the issue if you removed feedback for a correct or incorrect answer. You could then have the fail screen display with the retry button, and remove the pass screen altogether (via Pass Result button). That way, when the user passed the quiz, they'd be taken directly to the next slide in PowerPoint and would have no option to retry the quiz. 

This could work if:

  1. It was not important for the user to see their final score, other than knowing if they passed or not and
  2. If feedback for correct or incorrect answers was not important after each question.
  3. Or if an alternative system of customized feedback could be set up (ie. branching to a blank slide with the appropriate feedback - would work with one question attempt only per each quiz attempt).