# Social style personality quiz

Hello Heroes,

I am designing a personality quiz with the following mechanics:

- pick one word from four adjectives (choices) that describe you best

- there are 20 sets with each answer given 5 points

- the results will then show whether you are 1. driver, 2. expressive, 3. amiable, 4. analytical by showing the percentages of each personality type. For example, 50% driver, 20% expressive, 20% amiable, 10% analytical. The highest percentage will be the personality type of the quiz taker, in this example - driver

best regards,

Marvin

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Hi Marvin,

This is definitely possible. What is it that you need help with specifically?

Thanks for the quick reply. I need help how to create the result slide and the variables such that the result will show what is the dominant personality style at the same time showing the percentage score of the 4 personality types.

I'm confused about how you are scoring it. Why is each answer worth 5 points? How are the percentages calculated? E.g., if you have 20 questions, each with four possible answers that are all worth 5 points, how would you get any percentage other than 100% is someone answered all of the questions?

Here is how I would approach it:

• Set up a number variable for each question (e.g. Q1, Q2, Q3 etc.)
• Set up the answers so that if the user picks the adjective that suggests they are driven, the question variable (e.g. Q1) would be changed to 1 or if they picked the expressive adjective it would be changed to a 2 (and so on)
• Then when you get to the end of the quiz you would need a series of triggers that counted these responses (e.g. if Q1 = 1 then add 1 to Driver. If Q1 = 2 then add 1 to Expressive etc.)
• Once those calculations have been done, you can then use a number of triggers to figure out the percentage (see example here).

Hope that helps.

Below is what I want to achieve. The selected adjective answer corresponds to the personality type. I’m a newbie so I do not know how to set up the variables based on your instructions below. Do you have an example?

Best regards,
Marvin

Hi Marvin,

You'll need to visit the forum to post an attachment (they don't come through via email).

I don't have an example that I can share publicly, but I'm happy to help you figure it out. Start off by reading Introduction to Variables and Adding Triggers...

Thank you Ashley.

Best regards,
Marvin