Help with post quiz review

Hi all,

I've scoured the internet and can't find the answer to this question. (And by scoured, I mean searched for 15 minutes before giving up and turning to the experts.)

I have a timed quiz with about 70 questions. With the two minutes we allot, most learners get through between 20-30. I want to give them an option of reviewing their answers. But it seems that when I review, I see the answers to all the questions, not just the ones answered. 

I'm sure I am missing some trigger or setting somewhere. But I can't find it. Help?

9 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Elys!

By default, question slides in Articulate Storyline have a Submit button, meaning each question will be submitted one at a time for evaluation and feedback will be displayed immediately. If you want all the questions to be submitted at the same time at the end of the quiz, change the navigation controls from Submit buttons to Prev/Next buttons. Here's how.

Luke Benfield

Hi Elys,

I've been tinkering with some ideas this afternoon. Unfortunately, nothing to report yet, but you've peaked my curiosity.

Leslie - I think what Elys is saying is - If a learner completes questions 1-20 out of a bank of 70 questions, she wants to set it up so that when the learner clicks Review Quiz on the results slide they only see the review slides for questions 1-20. Questions 21-70 would be hidden from the Review Quiz mode.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Elys,

Since your question bank is set up to draw all the questions, regardless of timing, the review is set up to showcase all the possible questions they could have answered as not answering a question in that set up will be counted as incorrect. You could look at controlling which ones they see by adjusting a variable on each question slide (similar to the set ups to only show the user the incorrectly answered questions on a review - your set up would just adjust it once the user saw the question). So as Leslie mentioned, it's currently working as expected.

The forum discussion I linked to is a bit older, and a bit long, but the same concepts would apply in Storyline 2 and there are a number of sample files to get you started there.