Storyline 360 supports scoring for correct responses and incorrect responses. You can even use negative point values for incorrect responses to give learners more nuanced scoring.

Assigning Points in Form View

In Form View, you can set the scoring method and assign points. Here’s how:

  1. First, determine how scores will be calculated. Go to the Question tab on the ribbon and use the Score drop-down to select one of the following:
    • None: This makes the question ungraded. It's only available for freeform questions.
    • By Question: This is the default option. It lets you assign a point value for getting the question right and another point value for getting it wrong.
    • By Choice: This option lets you assign a different score to each answer choice. It's only available for Multiple Choice, Word Bank, Freeform Pick One, and Freeform Hotspot questions.
  2. Then, enter values in the point fields for correct and incorrect answers. If you're assigning points by question, the point fields are at the bottom of the window. If you're assigning points by choice, they're to the right of each answer choice. (Storyline supports positive and negative whole numbers.)

Changing the Scoring Method in Slide View

In Slide View, you can change the scoring method. Go to the Question Tools—Design tab on the ribbon and use the Score drop-down to choose one of the following:

None

This makes the question ungraded. It's only available for freeform questions.

By Question

This is the default option. It lets you assign a point value for getting the question right and another point value for getting it wrong.

By Choice

This option lets you assign a different score to each answer choice. It's only available for Multiple Choice, Word Bank, Freeform Pick One, and Freeform Hotspot questions.

 

To actually assign points for correct and incorrect responses, you’ll need to switch to Form View.

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