Multiple choice question results

Hi all,

I'm very new to Storyline so sorry if this is an easy fix...

I have a multiple choice quiz with answers for each question being a, b and c each scoring as follows: 

Scoring: a – 2 points, b – 1 point, c – 0 points

I would like the results page to show how many points have been scored based on answers but I don't know how I do this... can anyone help?

For example I'd like the results page to say: 'you selected mostly a's....' 'or your scored 18'

Many thanks,

Kim 

 

 

5 Replies
David Schwartz

Hi Kim,

The default graded results slide already shows points scored in addition to scored percent. The built-in variable Results.ScorePoints holds that information.

Variables in Storyline can be added to text boxes with the percent signs on either side of them, as shown in the standard results slide above. 

If you are creating your own text for the results slide, you could just add a text box that says "You scored %Results.ScorePoints% on this quiz."

 

 

Kim Watts

Hi David,

I tried your suggestion above and the results populated perfectly. However something has changed but I can't work out what I have done wrong as they no longer work. I have extracted the slides for this activity and attached here. If you have time to take a look for me I will be very grateful. Selecting all 'a' in the quiz should show this results slide....

David Schwartz

Hi Kim,

I am not clear what's happening, but there seems to be some sort of bug in your file. I can't get the results slide to display. Is this what's happening to you? It just displays the moving dots and never gets to the results screen. I can't even preview the results slide by itself.

I tried adding a new results slide, and the same thing happened. Wish I could do more to help, but I think you might be best to open a support ticket with Articulate. 

Your results slide looks fine, and the variable is right. Wish it was all working. I don't think it's anything you've done.