Combining all scores from results slides into one results slide

I have a course with multiple quizzes. Since the student has to have an overall score to pass, I have a results slide that combines all result slides to calculate a pass/fail result. My issue is that we want them to be able to jump around with the menu, but this is allowing them to go to the end of the course without taking all the quizzes and passing on only the results of the last quiz. Is there a way to require that all the quizzes are taken before going to the overall results?

Thanks,

 

17 Replies
Jan Vilbrandt

What about a different way... since I do not know how to disable thist kind of special navigation... I don't think it's possible...

My suggestion:

Create a seperate layer on your result slide which will be shown as long as the user does not pass all of your quizzes. It's a trigger you you have to set up when the timeline of the result slide starts... remember to reset the slide to the original Status, when the user reenters...

The content of the layer is a sentence like "You will see the result when you passed all of the quizzes". You could even offer a list of all quizzes and show the user which quizzes are still not passed by using a checkmark Image for every list entry.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Dan,

If you are calculating the results of a number of results slides - you have two options to determine the passing set up, both which would allow you to set it so that the user has to pass the individual results slides to ensure that they pass the final result. The options are detailed here for how the results should be calculated:

  • User must pass each quiz: Select this option if learners must pass each individual quiz (represented by the tracked result slides) in order to pass the overall course (represented by the final result slide). If learners fail any quiz in the course, then they fail the entire course.
  • Combine points from each quiz: Select this option if you want the scores from all tracked result slides to be added together as the final score for the course, then enter a percentage in the Passing Score field. In this scenario, a learner could fail one or more of the individual quizzes and still pass the overall course.

Please let us know if we're misunderstanding your set up or you need additional assistance. 

Ryan Cartern

Hello all,

I have a further question to this...

Can you have a 2nd tier combined points results slide for quiz 1 and 2... have another 2nd tier combined points results slide for quiz 2 and 3... and have a 3rd tier results slide that passes the whole course, only if you score a min amount of points across quiz 1+2 AND a min amount of points across quiz 2+3.( not a combined results of all 3 quizzes)

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Ryan! Not sure how I missed this, but thank you for allowing me to take a look. Yes, it is a tad confusing. I'm assuming you are asking about slide 1.34. So, what is the final score based on? I do not see anything tracking via Form View on the Results Slide and it seems that the layers appear based on Results2.Passed, but I'm not seeing where that variable is used outside of this page so where would it be changing?

Tina Dunn

I have an assessment which has 3 sections with a results slide for each one.  Each section must be passed before the final overall results will be shown and I have done this as per Ashley Terwilliger's instruction above.  However, I would like to show that each individual section has been passed either on the landing page or against a list on the final results slide.  Can this be done and, if so, how?

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Tim, 

You'll want to look at creating a slide where you can change the state of a checkmark or similar to display based on the user visiting or passing your other results slides. So  it would need to be a page that they're revisiting or seeing after they've already done the other results slides. 

Wendy Farmer

Hi Tina

I have a T/F variable for each scenario that is triggered on the final slide of each scenario e.g.

issue1_pass, issue2_pass, issue3_pass, issue4_pass - all initially default to false.

Trigger goes on the correct feedback layer of the slide:

Adjust variable issue1_pass = 'true' when timeline starts on the correct feedback layer.

Repeat for all 4 scenarios

On the result slide:

The Pass/Fail (result) buttons  are initally set to hidden and then get triggered for each issue when timeline starts on the result slide

Change state of Issue 1 result button to pass when timeline starts on result slide if issue1_pass = 'true'.

Change state of issue 1 result button to fail when timeline starts on result slide if issue1_pass is not equal to true.

Repeat for all four buttons

Hope that helps...feel free to upload your .story file if you need more help

 

Donna Westwood

Hi guys, I have a branching exam paper, where the user gets randomly assigned one of four papers to complete - this part is fine I have used a question bank to create this. Th issue is the final reporting: As the user will have completed only one of the papers and there is no way to know which one - how can I create a final results slide that combines all four results slides - but divides the out of score by 4 for reporting? Any help much appreciated!! Thanks!!