4 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi David,

If I'm understanding your question correctly, you want the user to be able to return to a specific point in the quiz, is that correct? You won't be able to specify this, but you can set the quiz to resume where the user left off. Though, from how you explained your scenario, I'm not sure if this will work for you. If they are prompted to resume, they'll go back to the last section they viewed. If they've already viewed their feedback, I'm assuming that they would have already finished the question/quiz.

Can you give a little more information about how you have the quiz set up and what you'd like to do?

David Buck

Sure - The scenerio I am trying to accomplish would be this.  The user reviews several slides of content.  They would be presented with a short 'knowledge check'  which currently is a simple 3 question quiz.  They then have several slides of content and another short check. Neither of these knowledge checks need to pass any type of score, just provide the user with feedback and then move on to next section of content.  After all content is viewed they have the 'comprehension check' the score of which will pass to the LMS.  What I'm after is being able to have the quiz (the knowledge checks) 'reset' to the state it was when the user originally took it.  So if they return the quiz is in the initial state. - Currently they are either seeing their first result screen again or are getting the message that they must complete the quiz before they and move on.  Underlying assumption is that they have not completed the entire course and may be just bouncing around a bit.

Thanks for looking at this

Christine Hendrickson

Hi David,

Thanks very much for the additional information. A little more curious now, though. Are you running this quiz as a standalone quiz? It sounds like you may have this running in a Presenter presentation. The options may vary depending on which method you're using. 

Since I haven't seen the quiz, I'm not quite sure how it's set up. If you haven't already, you may want to try adjusting these settings:

  1. Open your quiz using Edit in Quizmaker if used in Presenter, or open in Quizmaker.
  2. Click on Player Templates.
  3. Click the Edit button.
  4. Click the Navigation tab.
  5. Under the Resume section, check the Prompt to resume on Quiz Restart (also check the Ignore Flash Cookie options if your quiz is used in an LMS).
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click Close.
  8. If you're working with this quiz in Presenter, click Save and return to Presenter.
  9. On the slide that contains your newly inserted quiz, click Properties and change the number of attempts.

This should allow the user to take the quiz multiple times and not see their initial responses.