Ability to view 1 results slide for multiple Quizzes?

Hello all,

I am trying to have one results slide pop-up after a learner has finished all of the quiz questions, but I can't seem to figure it out.

My quiz/training set up:

My training is non-linear that allows a learner choose their own path. These "paths" are set up individually in three separate scenes, and upon completing each quiz the learner is sent back to the main menu screen to continue on a new section.

I'm trying to have the results slide appear once the last quiz question has been answered, rather than returning to the main menu.

I have a feeling that there will need to be a slide trigger on the main menu to jump to the results slide if certain conditions are met, but I can't seem to get it. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!

11 Replies
Wendy Farmer

Hi Liam

Hard to know your setup but here it is in theory.

Create 3 T/F variables default to False. On the last slide of each quiz set the following trigger:

Adjust variable (Quiz1) to true when timeline starts on that last quiz slide.

Repeat for the last slide of Quiz2 and Quiz3.

Depending the order they do the quizzes in on the last slide of each quiz set the following trigger

Jump to slide Results slide when timeline ends or when user clicks (will depend on your setup) on condition that variables Quiz1 AND Quiz2 AND Quiz3 are = to true.  If you set this same trigger on all three quizzes it is only going to trigger once when those conditions are met.

Hope that makes sense.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Liam,

If you're still having difficulty with this set up after following Wendy's suggestions you may want to share a copy of your .story file here so that the community can take a look at the set up and offer any additional information on how to set up and design this functionality. You can attach it here using the "Add Attachment" button at the end of the reply box, and you'll want to include the .story file which is the file you've been ending. 

Liam Bastida

Hey Wendy, thanks for the help! It's still not working properly but I do understand what you are saying. I am using a "template" from a previous project and there is most likely some conflict going on with some old variables.

I am in the process of cleaning it up and removing a lot, I'll post back if I still need some help. Thank you very much again, I really do appreciate the help.

Mark Shepherd

Hi Liam:

Another possibility might be for you to Insert Quiz Question Draw Slides (from pre-built Question Banks) in different scenes throughout your project, linking to a final results slide after the final Question Draw is submitted to the learner.

One question I'm curious to see if any of the other e-Learning Heroes can answer for me is what would happen if this actual project scenario were built as described? 

  • Would each scattered Quiz Draw Slide generate its own results slide(s) if they were placed in different Scenes?
  • Or would it be possible to use disparate Question Draws to ultimately lead to a SINGLE Results Slide when the last Set of Questions were answered, regardless of where in the project they were placed?
Wendy Farmer

Hi Mark

Answering your questions, you can have each quiz draw report to a selected result slide and then pull all those results slide into one final result slide (only one result slide can report to the LMS)

OR

you can use one result slide and choose to add in selected question banks regardless of where they are in the module.

Hope that helps you 

Liam Bastida

Thank you all so much for the help, I was able to get it to work perfectly! I ran into one issue and I just wanted to share in the hopes that it saves someone else a bit of trouble:

The 1st suggestion from Wendy should have worked from the get-go, however I ran into a problem when I did not position the "Jump to Results Slide" trigger above the continue button I created at the end of every quiz feedback layer. Once I moved the "Jump to Results Slide" trigger to trigger first, it worked perfectly.

Thank you all so much, I love this community!