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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Surya and Ashley,

It looks like the links are to Quizmaker quizzes.

For tutorials on Storyline quizzes, perhaps this thread will help. If you scroll, you'll see that Step 5 is: Choose the number of attempts.

Also, Surya, if you have a question slide that you've prepared, the community could take a look and help to trouble shoot it.

Oh, and if you click the question mark button in Storyline (the one right under the X to exit on the top right of the screen) you can access lots of tutorials.

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Surya,

I've created a story (really barebones) that achieves your end goal, but it's a bit of work. Explanation as to why below. If anyone knows a more efficient way to do this, I'm all ears.

Also, when you said above "Quizzing type single choice and multiple choice" I assumed you meant multiple choice (1 correct answer) and multiple response (more than 1 correct answer), so that's what I did in the attached. I'm using MC for multiple choice and MR for multiple response below.

First, it would be easier to do this if SL allowed us to copy/paste the MC/MR boxes that are on the base layer, but this can't be done.

So, in order to get Learners to a correct answer AND have the submit button dimmed (because they've already submitted they're answer), I duplicated the correct answer layer and named it Correct Answer.

BUT

The complication is that SL shows the correct layer with the last incorrect answer Learners chose.

SO

On this Correct Answer layer, I created option buttons (MC) and check boxes (MR) to "match" those in the associated questions and ticked off the correct answers. I positioned these correctly and then hid the Base Layer MC and MR boxes.

ANOTHER COMPLICATION

The default correct answer prompt appears which is misleading, since Learners actually didn't get the answer correct...and it's kind of in the way. So, I went into the Feedback master and repositioned the Feedback placeholder rectangle and divider line (master layout at the top) and feedback boxes and continue button (Correct Feedback and Try Again feedback layouts).

THEN

I went to the correct answer layer for MC and MR and inserted a rectangle over that default rectangle, made it white fill/white background to match the slide background, and edited to provide Learners with better feedback. I also made sure the continue button was in front of this rectangle, and that it jumped to the next slide.

VARIABLES TO MAKE THIS WORK

Whenever we choose to have more than 1 attempt in a quiz, SL automatically creates an AttemptCount variable. So, on the base layer of the MC and MR questions I added a trigger that says:

Show layer

Correct Answer (this is the duplicate layer I created)

When User clicks

Submit button

On condition: attemptcount is equal to or greater than 2

Please shout out with any questions.

And, community/staff, if there's an easier way, please do share!