Hi All, I am currently working on quiz slides. It has 5 questions. Each question has 4 options. All the options lead to some decision making. There are no correct and incorrect answers. At the end of the quiz or upon answering all the questions, user will be shown level 1, 2 or 3 based on the selected options. How to build this kind of scenario in captivate? Do we need to customize the slides or can we take the default quiz slides??
Need your help!!! Thanks in advance!!
Depends on how those levels are calculated. A lot can be done with MCQ and
partial scoring. Quite a while ago I wrote out a blog post for that type of
survey followed by decisions. Same can be done with scored shape buttons.
Is it possible to use scores for a decision? Example: answer A gets score
1, B gets score 2...
Hi....Lily.. thanks for the prompt reply.
That's great .can youshare your survey followed by decisions blog..
Here we can give score to each option.
Example, question has 4 options( single select). As a user I can choose any option.. if I choose option A, will get one score. If I choose option B will get other score etc.
At the end of the quiz, if he gets 30 marks, will fall under level 3... If he gets 40 fall under level 2 ..if he gets 50 fall under level 1.
Will do, when on laptop. Was answering from my phone in airport.
Thank you so much for your help...
Your blogs have been very helpful for all of us to understand the new features of the tool and helping us to think out of the box ....
Thanks a lot..
For the above question, do we need to customize the assessments?
I am not able to give scores individually for the options. How can we give scores differently for the options when there are no correct and incorrect options??
I appreciate your help.
If you use MCQ with multiple correct answers, you can give partial scores.
I that blog post I used the numbers, not the scores.
In the blog post, have you selected type as 'survey' or 'graded'. Have you given points for each question?? Please clarify.
Thanks in advance!!
Quote from the start of the blog, which you seem not to have read....
I used Multiple Choice Questions as Survey questions. And for once I appreciated the fact that Captivate makes no difference between text and numbers. This was a pleasant and useful discovery: if you use numbers instead of characters for the answers, the value of the system variable cpQuizInfoLastAnswerChoice will be an number and... you can use this number in calculations using advanced actions.
Yeah got it...I have missed it.. thanks for the info..
Sorry to bother you again...
Could you please tell me what to put in (weight factor, number) for multi??
Ex: 1,10 because there are 10 questions
Next question should have 1, 9
Is it correct??
I don't understand your question, sorry. You will have to set up a way to use 'numbers' for the evaluation later on. Captivate allows you t make simple calculations. Whether you need a weight factor depends on that setup.
I am just a user like you, I am not paid by Adobe, just try to help other users with my blog and with answers in several social media like this forum.
Thanks a ton for the help...I am now able to exceute it...I am very happy to have a mentor like you. Your blogs are very very helpful to me.
Thank you Soo much...
You're welocme. Can the question be marked as answered?
Confused...I got the solution for graded survey...but my question on the above is different..this is not survey...I will work on it and let you know..
You nee d something to create the decisions, a graded survey is a possibility. In that blog post I used it for a similar use case, what is in a word? It is not because it is labeled 'survey' that it is a real one.
Oh really...then make it answered...I will labeled as graded and do once...
Thanks Lilybiri...have a great day.