Question about Results Slide

Jan 15, 2014

I would like to post a results page with the percentage of corrent answers along with some text indicating that the student has passed or failed a particular assessment.  I would also like to provide a general list of areas that the student should review before taking the assessment again.

What would be the most efficient way of accomplishing this?

I thought about using some built-in variables or a less attractive alternative is to actively track the user's interaction,

Example: IF the user does not click on object X, THEN ADD 1 to tracking variable A (this would naturally have to occur for each question so if there is a way to use built in variables that would be fantastic)

3 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Pedro,

The initial set up of a results slide will show the user's score as a percentage (indicating percentage they answered correctly) and based on that a success or failure layer. If you'd like to include some additional information based on which questions they answered incorrectly, you'd need to set that up by tracking custom variables as there are not built in variables associated with the questions that you could access. 

Here is one example to show how the user did according to individual questions on a Results slide. 

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