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Multiple Quiz Slides in Captivate

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Aug 26, 2018

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I think the answer is no, but can you have and grade multiple quiz slides in captivate? We want to create a course for two different groups and have them take different  quizzes.

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Multiple Quiz Slides in Captivate

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I think the answer is no, but can you have and grade multiple quiz slides in captivate? We want to create a course for two different groups and have them take different  quizzes.

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You could have the slides intended for both groups included in the same quiz and then turn on Branch Aware to ensure that only slides actually visited by the learner would get included in the quiz.  Then you'd need to use variables and Advanced Actions or just another simpler navigation method to ensure that each user group were only able to visit the quiz slides that applied to their role.

Does that sound like what you want?

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So one result slide could grade two quizzes?

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What's actually happening is that all of the quiz slides belong to the same single quiz (because Captivate doesn't allow you to have multiple quizzes in the same document). But you are preventing the learner from visiting any quiz slides that do not apply to their role or group.  With Branch Aware turned on in the quiz settings, Captivate only calculates the quiz result based on the actual slides visited by the learner.

So the learners see different slides depending on their role, and you avoid having to have two different CPTX project modules just because you have different groups of people viewing the same content.

At some point, you may decide that it IS actually easier to split the content into two separate projects to avoid the issue of having to set up dynamic navigation for learner groups.  But if the content remains more or less the same and it's just the quiz questions they answer that may change, then it's not all that complex to direct them away from questions they shouldn't see.

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