Quiz with "YES or NO" choices that can be scored


I am trying to figure out how to create a graded quiz for a user to choose "Yes or No" for 3 questions in a row on one slide. 

Yes  No - The sky is blue

Yes  No - Rain is wet

Yes  No - The sun is hot

The user would then select YES (for a score of 1 for each yes) - or select NO (for a zero score).   Can anyone help ??

9 Replies
Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Dean and welcome to Heroes! 

You could easily set this up using a true/false or multiple choice question type - and if using the T/F type, you'll want to change the options of True and False to Yes and No. The score that is assigned automatically to a quiz question is 10 points, but you can change that to 1 for the correct answer and then leave zero as the score for an incorrect answer. 

Once you add a results slide, these scores will display as a percentage based on all the questions and you have the option to set a passing score. 

You may want to explore the following tutorials to find out how to add different forms of quiz content to your course:

  • Graded questions and survey questions: Choose from 20 different predefined question types for fast and easy quiz-building
  • Result slides: Storyline's result slide options allow you to compile results from any quiz questions you choose, and then display performance data to your learners. You can even opt to show an aggregate score from multiple quizzes if you like.

Please feel free to let us know if you need anything else! 

Joanna Kurpiewska

Hi Dean,

yes, you can have 3 questions on one slide (see a mockup I've quickly created for you).

You can have as many Y/N questions on the same slide as you want. The trick is to create a set of buttons for every question (select the answers refering to a specific question, right click, select Button set, name it, then add some triggers and that's it).

I hope helped. Enjoy


Leanne Falconer


Just picking up on this thread. The one thing I still need to figure out is how to I assign a mark per question on the slide. At the moment I can only get to where they have to get all the right options to get marks when I want to be able to give them 2 out of 3 if they get 2 of the questions right. Any ideas?