I think I need to do this with advanced actions/variables and not use the inherent captivate quiz slides, but just for giggles, I'll pose this to see if anyone has any thoughts. I'm not too deep so I can start over.
I have a big project. 10 sections. Each section concludes with a 3 question quiz. Nothing is scored, or sent to an LMS. It's a study tool. I do have advanced actions/variables setup to show how many they got right ont he final question slide of each section
Quizzing system variables are read only as you can read in this blog:
The easiest way would be to 'use' the Score slide, and increase the number of attempts. You do not need to show the score slide, just getting to it and back to the first questio of a section will reset the answers. Of course all answers will be reset, which means you'll need an advanced action to go back to the first quesstion of the section they are working on.
I would use a shared action... that way you can use that first slide as a parameter.
Some more reading:
Thanks, that worked. One more question.
The project will use the CP TOC. I want the student to be able to navigate freely, with few exceptions, using the TOC. The playbar won't be hidden on any quiz slides, any only shows the TOC and Exit buttons.
So, if the student abandons any quiz slide (either before/after submitting) and navigates somewhere else via the TOC, is there away to reset the quiz? Seems impossible.
It is never agood idea to allow navigation while on quiz slides for several reasons. When going back to a previous quiz slide, the answers are blocked and navigation will only be possible using the TOC and or the playbar.
Personally I never show quiz slides in the TOC and hide the playbar while on quiz slides. That would solve your last question as well.