Problem with quiz and LMS. I know the cause, but not the solution.

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Hi there,

I have an elearning file that contains different "streams" depending on what the person's role is at my organization. If they are Stream 1, they do quiz 1, stream 2 does quiz 2, and stream 3 does stream 3.

Because I had some issues with the quiz, I switched the passing grade to slides viewed, as opposed to some score % on the quiz.

However, I learned that even though I published the file with the pass as slides viewed, my learners are still receiving a score based on the quiz. The issue is even though the learners take only 1 out of 3 quizzes in the file, they still see a % score based on the total number of quiz slides.

For instance, quiz 1 takes up 40% of the total # of quiz slides. So, if someone answers all the questions correctly, they see on the LMS a pass (for viewing slides) and a score of 40% (because they answered 40% of the quiz slides).

 

I don't want them seeing 40% score, I want them to just see that they passed. Can anyone help with this? 

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You may have missed the feature 'Branch aware' which exists since many versions, so I am pretty sure also for the version you are using. Have a look at this blog:

https://elearning.adobe.com/2018/09/what-is-branch-aware/

Contrary to what you have at this moment, it will make the quizzing system variables dynamic: only the visited quiz slides will be taken into account. 

As for replacing a score by passed or not, have a look at this blog:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/quiz-replace-score-by-100-percent-or-0-percent

 

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