Is there a way to

Hello All,

I am working on my first big project. I am converting an older online training to SCORM.

In the previous course, there were 5 sections and a quiz at the end of each section. The learner had to pass either a pre-test or quiz for each section in order to get a completion for the course.

The learner could take a pre-test at the beginning of each section to skip the section. If the learner passes, goes to next section with option to take another pre-test. If the learner fails, views the section. The learner had one chance to attempt the pre-test, and unlimited attempts to take the quiz at the end of the section.

If the learner opted out of the pre-test or failed the pre-test, he/she goes through the content and takes the quiz at the end of the section. If learner fails quiz, the learner is taken to the beginning of the section, and must pass the quiz to continue.

If the learner left the course at anytime, he/she could return and the course would resume where he/she left off, and would not have to take previously passed quizzes again.

If I have just one quiz the learner can jump to for each section, the problem comes in that if the learner fails the quiz the first time, since I have it set to unlimited attempts, the user can continue to click the Retry Quiz button and never see the content. I think it would be ideal to have a way to disable/remove the Retry Quiz button and still allow multiple attempts since the quiz must be passed to go to the next section.

What I also have trouble replicating is when learners leave the course, are able to resume the course without having to take quizzes they already passed.

Is it possible to replicate this navigation in Articulate?

Thanks for any insight.

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