Storyline not recording highest score in Moodle 1.9 SCORM 1.2

Hi ,

Please can someone help me here. Its quite urgent as I am facing a deadline.

The scenario is as follows

We have used Storyline to create an e-learning, which will be hosted on Moodle 1.9 + or 2.2 + so we can use SCORM 1.2 or SCORM 2004. both are supported.

The Problem

We have used 2 quizzes in the same e-learning. using a single results slide (there can only be one result slide)

The user goes through the content and then attempts the first quiz. if he passed the first time no problems everything in the world is normal

If the use fails the first attempt then he has to attempt the second quiz

The LMS is suppose to record the highest score , however when Moodle records it records the average of both the scores.  for e.g  on first attempt I scored 50 and on second i scored 90  then it shows the final score as 70.

I am not sure if this is problem with Moodle, SCORM or storyline?

Please, if someone has come across the same problem before can you please help.

If you want to know anything further please let me know.

I can upload the storyline course

Thanks

Ganesh

6 Replies
Phil Mayor

Do you have it set to force new attempt?  And to highest score?

If you have it set to resume the default for moodle when loading scorms does not force a new attempt, if you resume you in effect restart that session even if you have sent a score, which then overwrites your score.

Force new attempt stops this happening

Jamie Howard

I know this is an older issue, but I have some input from one of my experiences with this that might help future sufferers.

Phil points out that the force reattempt setting should be set to yes.

Also, I've noticed in testing that the test user taking the quiz has to log out for the score to register. This has frustrated me unnecessarily so many times.

Stefano Posti

Hello Ganesh,

I'd suggest to set the "Force New attempt" and "Force completed" parameters to "YES" in order to be sure of recording the score update and to get better stability (see Jamie issue)

But, I don't think you'll be able to solve your average score issue unless you manage your 2 quizzes accordingly by using variables properly. If you just pointed the 2 quizzes to the same result slide, I'm afraid the score will be passed considering the possible total score...

hope it helps,

Stefano