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Output a quiz score using advanced actions?

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Jan 23, 2020

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Hello!

Is it possible to output a quiz score using an advanced action or a variable? I would like to have a quiz score assigned on slide entry.

Backstory: Our funky LMS only accepts that a course is 'complete' when it outputs a score. We have always allowed users to navigate a course using the TOC, so we do not want to require them to click on a button to ouput a quiz score.

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Output a quiz score using advanced actions?

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Hello!

Is it possible to output a quiz score using an advanced action or a variable? I would like to have a quiz score assigned on slide entry.

Backstory: Our funky LMS only accepts that a course is 'complete' when it outputs a score. We have always allowed users to navigate a course using the TOC, so we do not want to require them to click on a button to ouput a quiz score.

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Score is stored in the quizzing system variable cpQuizInfoPointsscored. They are automatically added if a scored object or question slide had Success. Simplest solution is indeed to have a button which needs to be clicked and is marked for reporting and has a score. If you don't want that, you will need JS programming.

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I agree with Lieve.  A scored button is the wa to go.

 

If your users have no problem clicking on items in the TOC, why would it be a problem for them to click on a button placed on one of the final slides in the project?  Placing this limitation on the design of the course makes little sense to me.  But it's your call.

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