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Alyssa Gomez

Great question, Lindsey!

The Rise Quiz has a Reveal Answers setting that learners immediate feedback and reinforces what they learned by showing the correct answer for each question after they submit their responses. Just move this switch to the On position. And if you added feedback statements to any questions, learners will see those, too.

When you move the switch to the Off position, learners won't see correct answers after submitting questions, nor will they see feedback statements that you added.

It sounds like you're looking for a way to delay feedback until the learner has completed the quiz, is that right? 

While that's not currently a feature in Rise, I'm happy to share the idea with our Product team!

Lindsey Hillman


Thanks for the help. This would definitely be a good feature - however, in this instance what I'm actually looking for is for Rise to be able to do the following:

Learner 1: Answers 10 questions, but gets 2 wrong. On second attempt only gets asked the 2 questions he got wrong. He gets these right and passes the quiz.

Learner 2: Answers 10 questions, but gets 4 wrong. On second attempt only gets asked 4 questions he got wrong. Still gets 2 wrong. On third attempt only gets asked the 2 he got wrong. And so on....

I can't see a way for this to be worked in Rise? If it can't, then adding this as a feature request would be great.


Alyssa Gomez

Ah, that makes sense, Lindsey! Thanks for clarifying with those examples. This kind of quiz functionality isn't available in Rise at this time, but I'll certainly share your ideas with our product team for consideration. We're always looking at ways we can make Rise even better, so thanks for chiming in!