Trouble with A and B versions of test questions

I have three Freeform test questions that have an A and a B version for each. If the user were to miss one question at the start of the test (Version A), they would be routed to the B version of that question only. I have all of that working; however, I can't figure out how to record a 100% score after getting three questions correct. I tried creating a results slide for each version along with a master results slide. It is possible to pass the test with a 50% score (3/6), but that will not be acceptable for the LMS.  Anyone have any experience with something like this?

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Jennifer Wagner

I have a somewhat similar setup with my quizzes (if users choose a certain accessibility option, then drag & drop questions are not used and users are instead directed to an alternate quiz slide), and I have found that the two different results slides constantly unchecks the question slides that are supposed to be included - which obviously results in inaccurate scoring.

I still don't know what causes it, but every time I make any changes at all to the storyline file, I have to remember to double check the results slides and make sure the correct slides are checked directly before publishing.

Maybe it's because I didn't use a Question bank (the slides would get formatted wrong somehow whenever I tried it), but it is quite annoying to have to double check that all the time.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Robert,

Thanks for reaching out and sharing what you are working on completing.

It sounds like you are expecting the user to reach 100% based on the branching that you have built into the course.

I'm not sure what version of Storyline you are using, but I'd be glad to help you out.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for reaching out and sharing what you are experiencing as well.

We do have an issue with quiz slides becoming unchecked when they are tracked in more than one result slide. Is that what you are experiencing as well?

We have been able to reproduce this error and have it reported as a bug. Here is some information on how we define bugs and how we tackle them when they occur.

The workaround that we have listed sounds like what you are currently doing:

  • Go back to the result slide and manually track the quiz again.

I'll be sure to add this conversation to the report as well so that we can track user impact and update you here when we can.