8 Replies
Eric Quarrell

Hi Rhona, 

Would it be possible for you to provide your working file? It would give me a better understanding of your issue.

Are you saying:

  1. User answers incorrectly
  2. Try again pop-up appears
  3. User clicks try arain
  4. Question resets
  5. Results page scores incorrectly based on the user trying to answer multiple times?
Wendy Farmer
Rhona Blankenship

scoring at the end on the results page is crazy.

What do you mean by this? There have been a few posts about scores doubling and Articulate are aware of that - is that your issue.

Also, check the revisit options on your quiz slides to see what it is set to

 Might be helpful if you could share your .story file.

Rhona Blankenship

Eric,

Yes, you have it. I'm trying to use only one quiz. I read that I may have to have multiple quizzes. I am attaching the files for you take a look at. I really one to have only one quiz, but be able to report through the LMS how they answer the question the first time.

Eric Quarrell

Hi Rhona,

I believe your issue is in your question settings. You have given the user the option to Try Again, by modifying the Incorrect layer. However your question settings show the user only gets 1 attempt at answering the question. I would change this to unlimited, this will give you the TRY AGAIN layer, which is what I would use for the Try Again message. The Try Again layer should reset the score results for the question on every attempt.

Rhona Blankenship

Eric,

If you don't mind, can I ask you another question. Do you know, since the quiz has unlimited attempts, does an LMS report how a user answers each time, or just the final answer? Does that question make sense? Basically what I want to be able to report out on is how they answer the question not necessarily their score. Because ultimately they will get 100% anyway.

Eric Quarrell

The course will only report the final response. If you are wanting to allow them to answer any way they choose, so you can focus your data on the answer given, you could use a survey instead of a quiz, and still use triggers and layers to provide correct/incorrect feedback. But your course would not report a pass/fail to your LMS.