Quiz pass criteria

Hello,  I've created alternate versions of some of my quiz questions to make them 508 compliant, so I end up with 7 questions, but a learner will only ever access 5 of the questions.  On my first time through testing the quiz, I answered all 5 of my questions correctly and failed the quiz, presumably because it was giving me a 0 on the questions I wasn't asked.  How do I fix this?  Thanks.

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I was able to correct this in multiple steps, lowering the pass percentage, changing the points to 1 for each question, and replacing the result slide to show "out of 5" instead of the default percentage.

Hey Alison!

Glad to see that you were able to find a solution that would work for you.

I appreciate you popping back in to share with the community.

I do not know the set-up for your course, but thought I'd share some information on question banks in case you find it helpful in the future. This would allow you to draw 5 of 7 questions if needed.

Question banks are containers for question slides. You put questions in, then draw them out when you need them. Reuse questions as often as you'd like throughout your course. See the tutorials listed here to learn how.

I don't want it to randomly pick 5 of the 8 questions.  People with accessibility issues will get THESE 5 and everybody else will get THESE 5.  I just needed it to calculate scores based on there being only 5, not 8 questions total.

I think you need to calculate the pass mark based on only 5/7 questions being answered, so the percentage will be around 56% if they can get 4/5 correct

Yes, that was one of the steps, but I also needed to change the results slide because it looked really bad telling someone who had just answered every question correctly:  Your score:  62.5% 50 points.  Passing score: 62% (50 points)

I think you are saying you need to have them say I am 508 or not 508 and then based on their choice they get a different question set and ignore the others.  I worked with another person who was trying to do something similar and no way to get the right score to the LMS - (they found another tool to do this).  That being said you are probably better off just making the whole test equivalent and thus negating your problem.