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Christie Pollick

Hi, Saumitra - 

In this article, 5 Things You Should Know About Storyline Question Banks, you will find the following information:

Slide Draws Can Be Fixed or Random

Question banks make it really easy to randomize questions. Simply select the Draw questions randomly option in the slide draw window. You can even choose whether each individual question is “Always,” “Never,” or “Randomly” included in your slide draw.

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If you want the questions to appear in a fixed order, rather than randomly, simply deselect the Draw questions randomly option. Questions will appear in the order they are listed in the bank if this option is unchecked—even if “Randomly” is listed in the “Include in Shuffle” column.

Hope that helps and if not, please let us know and we'll see what else we can do for you!

Saumitra joshi

Thanks Christie for the prompt response.

Let me re-phrase my query, sorry if I confuse you in the first time.

I have used 10 questions banks in my project where each question bank has an 5 – 6 questions and displays only one after randomized.
I have added each question bank on separate page and at the end I have added result screen which includes all these 10 question banks. This works perfectly fine at the first time, but when the user clicks on the retry quiz button from the result page it shows the same set of questions for all the 10 question banks.

However if I close and open the course or refresh the entire course using browser it will shows different question for all the 10 question banks.

This course is SOCRM 1.2 compliant course and has only one attempt from the LMS.

Can you please provide me a solution where all my 10 question banks will show different question every time learner clicks on the retry quiz button.

Thanks,

 

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Saumitra,

This sounds like it's working as expected, as if the user is prompted to retry the course, they'll be presented with the questions they already answered to get a second chance at those questions vs. being provided with all new questions. It sounds like closing the course allows for it to refresh the whole thing and therefore treat it as a new attempt and allow the user to potentially have different questions (although a randomized bank they may get some of the same questions).