branching quiz and LMS

Hi everyone! I have read many of the post on this topic, but I haven't been able to come up with a solution.

I need to create a quiz that has two separate paths. Users who work in region A would take one set of questions. Users in region B take the same questions plus an additional 5 questions.

I need the score to report and show correctly in the LMS. This is tricky because some users will answer 10 questions and some 15. The scoring automatically wants to consider the grade as  x/15 with x being the number correct.

To set it up, I created an introduction slide in which the user would click region A or B. Path A has 10 questions and path B has 15 (the 10  from A duplicated plus the additional 5). I was able to get the score to show correctly on the screen using variables, but it still reports incorrectly to the LMS.

Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated! 

7 Replies
Donielle Bell

Thanks Leslie, but I'm still stuck. I had previously read (and reread lol) that post, but the first solution offers a solution that doesn't show accurate scoring in the LMS. The other solution mentioned by Valentino ( https://community.articulate.com/discussions/articulate-storyline/multi-language-graded-quizzing-with-question-banks#183593) involves a scenario in which each branch has equal questions. I will only have two branches, but they will have a different number of questions. Any other suggestions? Do you know if what I'm trying to do is even possible?

Leslie McKerchie

It seems that some users have accomplished something similar, although you can see it is not something 'built in' to the software. Here is another thread with an example that may assist. Otherwise, hopefully the community will be able to chime in and assist. You are also welcome to share your thoughts with our product development team here.