How to setup a single quiz results slide to include individual scores of 4 different quiz banks?

Aug 09, 2016

I have a personality type quiz that I want all new users to take before they begin any on-the-job training. There are 4 different personality types determined by 74 questions (19 for each category). They are simple yes/no answers. So, I figured that I could make 4 question banks for each category and then have a results slide that would show the total number of points for each quiz bank. 

Then the final personality type result would show at the bottom in a triggered slide layer.  Essentially which category did they rank the highest.  Then, there will be another trigger to go to an explanation slide of that specific personality.  Here is what I cannot figure out.  I want to show the results of each quiz bank separately but in the same results slide.  For example:  Score for Type 1 = 25.  Score for Type 2 = 10, etc.  If I try to setup the results for each quiz bank, it does not seem to allow me to customize.  Once I make a change, it makes that change for all and will only show the results of whatever quiz is shown.  Or will combine the quizzes together.  

Is there a good way to have individual results for 4 quiz banks on 1 single results slide?

Thanks so much!

11 Replies
Ashish Sikka

Choosing Between Result Slides Option
Ashish Sikka
By Ashish Sikka
Hi All,

I need a little help. I have developed a course which as progress gets divided into two categories :

1.FOH - Team Members

2. BOH - Team Members

and both the categories have their different set of questionnaire or quiz within their course and both of them have their own result slide reflecting their scores.

concern here is that if FOH category guy has completed their course only their result slide will have scores/results while there will be nothing on result slide for BOH category in this instance.

and when i publish this course, under tracking and monitoring what should i do where if FOH category guys have answered their quizz or BOH Category guys have answered, i should always gets the results. Which can be reflected to my LMS system.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Ashish, 

Have you looked at the options for using multiple results slides and one master results slide? You could then set the passing score to reflect if they only saw and passed one of the quizzes and we'll send that to your LMS.

You can easily modify that final results slide to not show the user the score, but it will be sent to the LMS as such. 

Hope that helps and if you're looking for a more custom set up, I hope folks in the community can weigh in. 

Ren Gomez

Hi Pamela,

Since this is an older discussion, can you share more about your setup and what you're looking to accomplish?

To get you started, you can review our latest resources on expanded quiz tracking. You can read all about it here! You'll now be able to utilize: 

Let us know if there are any specifics we can cover together!

Pamela Lambert

Hi Ren! 

Hi am developing a conflict resolution style assessment where there are 15 statements that correspond to the five conflict resolution styles (3 questions for each question bank; so total of 5 question banks).

The style with the highest score indicates their commonly used strategy, and the style with the lowest score indicates their least preferred strategy.

On the results slide, I would like all their scores to be displayed so that they can see which area they scored highest and lowest in.

Thank you so much! 

Ren Gomez

Hi Pamela,

Thanks for the follow-up on what you're trying to accomplish! I'm not sure I've come across any assessments like this that use questions banks, but take a look at the discussions below where similar surveys were shared:

You may also consider posting your question separately in the Building Better Courses forum for more visibility!

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Pamela!

Can you share the .story file with what you have so far, so other community members can give you suggestions specific to your scenario?

I am attaching an example file for you. It has three question banks with two True or False questions each, but you can adapt it to have statements instead. The intermediate results are not displayed after each quiz, but the user can look at the separate results at the end of the questions. 

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Let me know if this helps!