Learner change to previously submitted quiz bank item

I'm trying to build an assessment where the learner is allowed to go BACK and change previously submitted items, but we're using an item bank so that we can randomize the questions as they're presented. So, here are my questions:

  1. If I'm using a quiz bank, can I do something (like allow multiple attempts).
  2. If I can't use multiple attempts with a quiz bank, is there a way to randomize the questions WITHOUT using a bank?

Thanks for your help,

Wade

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Wade Bradt

Thank you. I've built all this out and I think it's working ok. We have to test everything in a new LMS (Docebo), so I'll let you know how it goes. My remaining question is that this setup doesn't seem to require any "submit all responses" trigger. I assumed each individual slide's "submit" button was somehow submitting those responses for tabulation on the Results page. Don't we need something that does that for "submit all"??

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Wade!

I assumed each individual slide's "submit" button was somehow submitting those responses for tabulation on the Results page. Don't we need something that does that for "submit all"

If you don't have a submit button, they will be automatically submitted when the user gets to the Results slide, so there's no need to add another trigger. 

Is there a way to require a response to the question items, before allowing them to move forward?

If I understand your question correctly, you want the users to have the ability to move back and forth between the answers (submitting all at once, as mentioned previously), but only if the question is not blank.

If that's the case, you will need to customize each question slide with conditions that check if one of the options is selected (for True/False or Multiple choice questions) before moving to the next slide. 

Here's an example, but keep in mind there are many different ways to build this:

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Let me know if this helps!

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Wade.

I'm glad that worked for you!

When you're using a Multiple Response question, the idea will be the same: add conditions to check if the state of Checkbox 1 is selected, OR Checkbox 2 is selected OR Checkbox 3 is selected, etc. As long as at least one box is checked, the user should be able to move forward.

The issue that you will find with Sequence questions is that because the answers are automatically shuffled, a sequence has already started for the user, even if they don't click anything. 

I'm hopeful others in the community might have a workaround that will work with a Sequence question.