Quiz review shows wrong quiz

I have 3 quizzes in my project. When the first one is completed the quiz can be reviewed and then continues on correctly. The quiz score is not shown. When the second quiz is taken the quiz can be reviewed and then continues on correctly. The quiz score is not shown. After the final quiz the score from all three quizzes is shown. If the review button is clicked, the first quiz review is shown rather than the third one. The trigger is set to show the review from the third quiz.  Why does is keep showing the review of the first quiz.

7 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Hi Mike,

That sounds a little strange. Are you able to remove the results slide, or review option and re-add it to that third quiz? 

If that doesn't work, can you try importing the course into a new file? 

Here's information on how to do that:

Importing from Another Storyline Project

If the third quiz review is still showing the wrong quiz, are you able to share the .STORY file here? I'd be happy to take a look.

Thanks!

Mike Mohr

Christine,

Thanks for the reply. I came up with a solution based on a bunch of stuff I read on the forum. It seems that if you have a number of quizzes seperated by content slides and you want to review the quizzes, you also get the content slides too during the review. I haven't found a good way to turn the content slides off while reviewing. I ended up having a results slide for each quiz that is only used for review of the individual quizzes. Then added a second results slide at the very end to show the aggregate result of all three quizzes without review capability.  This worked pretyy good for our purpose. I just wish I could figure out how to easily turn off the content slides during a review.

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Mike,

Good, I'm glad you were able to find a way to get this working for your current project.

Just out of curiosity, what type of content are you showing on those slides? Are they directly related to the questions? 

If so, maybe you could eliminate those slides altogether and show the information with layers on the question slides.

Just a thought :)

I hope you have a great Friday!

Adam Hunt

I have something of a similar issue.  I have three seperate quizzes set up in the same module - participants must pass each one to move on through the course.  There is a results slide for each portion of the quiz that gives the score for that part.  I've found that after completing part 2 of the module, if you click to review the results, it will first show the question slides from part 2, then jumps back and shows the question slides from part 1 and never returns to the results slide for part 2.  It will allow you to re-take part 1, but when I get to part 2 it reviews the results again and dumps you back in part 1.  You're never able to advance (even if you had passed part 2).

Is there some way to say to only show certain slides for a review?  Or some setting I should be looking at?    When part 2 is defined as 4 particular slides, why does it then jump back to other slides not part of the section?

Any thoughts will be helpful...

Adam

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Adam and welcome to E-Learning Heroes!

Sorry to hear about the trouble with your project. 

Can you tell us how you're viewing your project when this happens please? Does this happen when you're previewing or after you've published? 

If this is happening while you're previewing, please make sure you're working with a local project file.

  • Work on your local drive (your C: drive). Working on a network drive or a USB drive can cause erratic behavior, including file corruption, loss of audio, and other unexpected behavior. 
  • You should also make sure the directory path to your project files and your published output is less than 260 characters (for example C:\Articulate).
  • Avoid using special characters, accents or symbols in your file names (this includes spaces and underscores).

Additional information regarding "Naming Files, Paths, and Namespaces" in Windows operating systems can be found in the following Microsoft article.

If you are working locally, or if moving the project to your local hard drive doesn't improve the review for your quiz, are you able to share the .STORY file here so we can take a look at what's happening?

Thanks!