I am creating a course that has 10 quiz questions. On the results slide, instead of showing a final score, I would like to tell the user that they answered X/10 scenarios either correctly or incorrectly. I still want the score to report back to our LMS; however, the user just needs to know how many they got right or wrong.

Essentially the results slide would say something like:

Congratulations! You answered 9/10 question correctly!

Sorry! You only answered 3/10 correctly. Please try again.

I think this needs to be done using variables but I'm not entirely sure. Any help would be appreciated.

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From what I understand, Wendy's statement means that on your Results slide, you should add a textbox with the reference to the variable you created. For example:

You answered %score% questions correctly out of 20.

There's an easy way to show # correct. For each question, go to Form View. By default, each question is worth 10 points, as shown here:

Change that "10" to "1" so each question is worth 1 point.

Do that, and the "Results.ScorePoints" variable will equal the number of questions answered correctly. Thus, you can show that variable wherever you want to indicate the number correct. For example:

"You got %Results.ScorePoint% out of 10 correct."

FYI: The "Results.PassPoints" variable will equal the number of questions needed to pass. You might not want to show that variable, though, if it could end up as a number with a decimal point (which will depend on the number of questions and the % needed to pass).

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Hi, Michael.

Since this is an older discussion, Wendy might not be subscribed, but you're welcome to contact them directly through their profile by clicking on their name and selecting

Contact Me.From what I understand, Wendy's statement means that on your Results slide, you should add a textbox with the reference to the variable you created. For example:

I hope this helps!

Hi, Michael,

There's an easy way to show # correct. For each question, go to Form View. By default, each question is worth 10 points, as shown here:

Change that "10" to "1" so each question is worth 1 point.

Do that, and the "Results.ScorePoints" variable will equal the number of questions answered correctly. Thus, you can show that variable wherever you want to indicate the number correct. For example:

"You got %Results.ScorePoint% out of 10 correct."

FYI: The "Results.PassPoints" variable will equal the number of questions needed to pass. You might not want to show that variable, though, if it could end up as a number with a decimal point (which will depend on the number of questions and the % needed to pass).