Review quiz without "Incorrect/Correct"


  1. I have ticked "Allow user to review quiz", I do not want participants to see "correct/incorrect" at the bottom of the quiz questions (all multiple choice). However, "correct/incorrect" still displays. I am not viewing it in an LMS - does that make a difference? If not, how do I fix this so "correct/incorrect" is not displayed when participants review their quiz/answers before submitting?
  2. Is there a way for participants to print out the entire quiz, showing the answers they selected? I know you can print a results page, but they will need to have this quiz as a reference for later.



6 Replies
Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Pam,

That checkbox only removes the checkmark or X from the results slide, like the checkmark here.The correct and incorrect banners currently cannot be removed by default, but you CAN hide them with a work around I learned from a Jeanette Brooks Screenr by placing a shape over the banner. 

To create a shape to hide the banner

  1. Click View >Feedback master
  2. Click the Review layout 
  3. You'll see there's a Feedback placeholder on that slide. You can move it offstage.
  4. Insert a shape and place it in the position where the banner would appear. Format the shape to match the background of the slide (in my example, I have a default white slide)
  5. Close the Feedback Master

To Create Access to the Review Layer

  1. Click on a Quiz question
  2. Click to Edit the question (at the top of the pane on the right)
  3. When the question window opens, type anything, even a space, in the Post-Quiz Review field at the bottom of the window
  4. Save and close.

Check out your shape

Back on the Quiz Slide, note there there is now a Review layer.

You cannot see the banner on this layer.

Check it out

Take the quiz, and click the Review button on the Results slide

Note the shape over where the X would have been

Note: you will need to Create Access to the Review Layer on every quiz slide.

In the attached example, I've only created the review layer on the first slide, so you can see the difference.

Jeanette's original screenr about hiding the Red/Green bar is here.

Please shout out with any questions.

Katie Riggio

Greetings, Janet!

Right now, there isn't a built-in way to edit that correct/incorrect banner that appears at the bottom of the slide during quiz review.

I'll share this idea with the right team, and update this discussion with any changes. Here's a look into how we manage feature requests!

For now, Rebecca's approach is one way to hide it: Add shape that matches the background of the slide. Then, add the shape to the 'Review Feedback' feedback master layout.