Resetting a quiz slide after going to a remediation slide

I am redesigning an annual training module to allow a student to test out if they know the material. What I am trying to do is create a quiz, and if the student answers a question correctly, they go to the next question. However, if they get the question wrong, instead of going to the next question, they are sent to a slide or series of slides with the content to review the material. When they click on the next button after the review, they are sent back to the quiz question to attempt it again.

How would I reset the question slide so they can reattempt  to get the question correct so then they can move onto the next question in the quiz? I have the quiz in one scene and the remedial material in another scene.

Regards,

Kevin

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Kevin Marty

Hi Christine,

I got it to work, thanks so much.

Here is another question, and probably more complicated. As shown below, if the student gets the question wrong, they go to the remedial content, then after review they go back to the quiz (like before), but if they get it wrong, it takes them to the next question, and the process goes on until the end when they get a score of the questions they get correct.

So basically, they get one shot for remediation and one retake. So in this scenario, I can't really reset the results slide, I just need to reset the each quiz question for another try if needed.

Is this possible?

Regards,

Kevin

Christine Hendrickson

Good morning Kevin!

Just curious, have you tried just leaving out the reset for the results slide and providing the "Jump to" for the quiz? It obviously won't reset the results, but I'm wondering if this would work for you. 

I haven't tested this yet, but just a thought I had while looking over your last post. 

I hope you had a great weekend!

Christine

Steve Flowers

Hey, Kevin - 

You can do this but you'll need to put each question (or set of questions you want to reset) into its own bank. This allows you to reset the results. 

See the example attached here:

http://community.articulate.com/forums/p/24261/133257.aspx#133257

This isn't doing exactly what you're looking for but the logic to send to remediation is similar. 

Kevin Marty

Hi Christine,

Using Steve's information, I created a small quiz like the one I sent previously with the following functions:

If a student gets a question wrong, they are sent to the associated content slide. When they click on the next button, they go back to the quiz question to retake it. If the get it wrong again, the results slide appears saying they got it wrong, then it goes to the next question automatically. If they get it right, it takes them directly to the next question. The final results slide calculates the total from the two questions.

It seems to work fine for the two questions I have, but is there an easier (read faster) way to do this - especially if there is a quiz with a lot of questions?

Thanks Christine and Steve for all of your help.

Regards,

Kevin

Christine Hendrickson

Hi Steve and Kevin,

First, I'm sorry for taking so long to get back to you. I'm very happy to see that Steve was able to give you some awesome information (he usually does!) that helped you out. 

I totally agree with Steve, that would be a fantastic feature request!

Thanks and I hope you both have a great day!

Christine

Jone Jones

Kevin Marty said:

Hi Christine,

I got it to work, thanks so much.


Hi Kevin, I'm a beginner Quizmaker'13 user. I'm really interested in understanding how you achieved resetting a quiz slide after going to a remediation slide. This is exactly what I want to do. Unfortunately due to my lack of knowledge I didn't understand the explanations given by Christine about using a trigger even after I made a lot of searching on triggers. I do not use a button nor any objects, just regular question slides and a blank slide that I use as the remediation slide. My problem is that I cannot re-submit an answer when I'm revisiting a question slide that I had previously visited and given a wrong answer. I understand this is normal because the number of attempt for that question is set to 1. But I need to keep it set to 1 and be able to retake that question after I went to the remediation slide. Could please explain to me how you achieved it with as much detail as possible or screen captures if you can, whatever help would me very much appreciated. Thank you Kevin and everybody.

Regards

Jone