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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi John,

That project doesn't ring a bell, but did it do the same thing for you? If so, a link to where you found it would help us track it down and confirm the behavior. I know with Storyline 2 there was a different behavior from Flash to HTML5 in terms of how the questions would randomize and that was something our team fixed in Storyline 360 to make the behavior match across Flash and HTML5. What version of Storyline are you using? 

Gordon Clogston

Sorry, I am coming to the party a bit late, but I was challenged with a similar situation for some exams that I was working on. I ended up creating multiple question banks that consisted of questions that queried the same learning points, but the questions varied, sometimes by verbiage only, sometimes by type, etc.

I then used a different question bank for each query. Tedious, but very effective.