Quiz results I don't want tracked in the LMS


 My client wants me to add a 'game' to an course lesson I built in Presenter. One where they choose the correct answer from a selection. The best way I've found to design this is through Quizmaker's 'Matching Drag and Drop' option.

As this will be a game and not a quiz, I don't want the results recorded as a quiz in the LMS when it is published. Any idea how to set it so this isn't seen as a final exam and the marks recorded in the LMS? I haven't worked with Quizmaker before, so am not sure how it tracks and records marks to an LMS.

Thanks much!


5 Replies
Peter Anderson

Hey Cindy!

That's something you can set before publishing. When it's time for you to publish your quiz, you'll have the chance to choose how you want to track your users results, either by slides viewed or by quiz results, as well as which quiz you want to use to track them. 

Click the Tracking tab and choose one of the following options:

  • Track using number of slides viewed: With this option, your LMS will determine learners’ completion and status by whether or not they complete the minimum number of slides you specify. Use the selector to choose a number.
  • Track using quiz results: With this option, your LMS will determine learners’ completion and status by their quiz performance. This option is only available if you’ve added a quiz or survey to your course. If you’ve added multiple quizzes or surveys, you’ll also need to choose which one you want to use for tracking.

Sounds like tracking by number of slides viewed might be your preference...

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Valerie. Welcome to E-Learning Heroes!

Can you tell us a little more about your quiz?

Are you publishing the quiz as a standalone quiz, or are you inserting the quiz into Presenter?

Are you publishing for an LMS?

If you'd like, you're welcome to post the .QUIZ file here (you can do so by using the paperclip icon in your response) and I'd be happy to take a look and see if I see the same thing when attempting to publish.