Quiz Review is Showing Correct/Incorrect when option not selected

In Articulate you had the option of allowing learners to review the quiz questions with without correct/incorrect answers if they failed the test, and with the correct/incorrect answers if they passed.

In Storyline I only see the option to show/no show on the results slide (not the success/fail layers).  Also, I have not checked the Show correct/incorrect responses... option, but it is showing it when I publish.

Any advice?

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Carrie-Ann Falk

I am having this same issue.  I have unchecked the box "Show correct/incorrect responses when reviewing" and it still shows them.  Additionally, though 6 out of 7 answers were correct, it indicates that they were all incorrect when looking at the individual slides.

Can someone assist me in troublshooting this?

Christine Hendrickson

Welcome to E-Learning Heroes, Carrie-Ann!

Are you able to share your project's .STORY file here, so I can take a quick look? You should be able to attach it to your response by using the paperclip icon. Keep in mind, I'll only need the single .STORY file and not the published output. Also, you're welcome to send the file to us in a support case, if you prefer. 

Thanks!

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Carrie-Ann,

I'm glad I checked back - I don't receive notifications if a forum post has been edited, so I was thinking you were unable to post the file here

I took a look, however and have a couple of questions for you. I took the quiz (ran through it pretty quickly so I didn't pass, oh!) and I reviewed the quiz. I actually don't see that the responses, correct or incorrect, are marked. I do see the display at the bottom for correct and incorrect, is this what you're referring to?

If it's the bar you'd like to remove, you can conceal the bar, if you'd like. Take a look at Jeanette's screencast, here, for more information. You may also want to consider submitting a feature request to make this feature editable. 

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Carrie-Ann,

I hadn't looked that far into it, honestly. After taking a second look, however, I see exactly what you mean. I pulled the quiz slides into a new course to test this. It looks like it may have something to do with the revisiting settings.

I selected all of the quiz slides and changed the revisiting settings to "Resume saved state". This seems to have solved it on my end. Now, when I review the quiz, I'm shown the correct responses. However, if you're going to remove the bar and the answer the user has selected, it may not really matter if this setting is adjusted.

I'm attaching the modified version of the quiz, so you can take a look.

Christine Hendrickson

Hi again Carrie-Ann,

Looks like we were posting around the same time earlier I took a look at the slide with the web objects and they seem to work for me. However, I did notice that the size for the new window was set to "custom" and a very itty bitty window was opening when I clicked the links. I changed the size setting to default and now they're opening up in a larger window (which just makes it easier for me to see and test).

I published this slide and uploaded it, if you'd like to take a look at it here. If they aren't opening for you, can you tell me what browser you're using to view the course?

Thanks!

Christine Hendrickson

Good morning Carrie-Ann,

Great, I'm glad to hear the revisiting settings helped

With the web object, do you see the same thing with the link I posted, too? Does it happen in any other browsers (Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome)?

If you have the file uploaded to the LMS, can you share a link with me, so I can do a little browser testing?

Josh Kostreva

This is not an articulate storyline problem - this is a settings problem for your slide. You need to make sure that your slide settings are on "Automatically Decide" and this should fix your quiz review issues. Otherwise the program is going to push it back to the initial state as if your student never answered the question.

Automatically Decide

Katie Riggio

Thanks for sharing those screenshots with us and for giving Josh's pro-tip a try, Umesh! Sorry to hear you're still at this roadblock.

This truly sounds like the perfect opportunity to do some digging into your file. Are you able to share the .story file here or privately through this link? We'll give it a test and let you know what we find!