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I have two Knowledge checks which i need to put into one project, the only way i can figure this out is to combined the questions into one test at the end of the learning.
The problem that i have is each subject within the test needs to be passed at a minimum of 80%.
If i combine the tests [total of 22 questions] i could fail 4 questions from the first test subject and still pass the overall test as i would get over 80%. Which would mean that my knowledge has not been assessed and passed in both areas.
Is there anyway within Captivate that i can have a 22 question combined test [10 questions for one subject and 12 questions covering the other subject] and have an 80% mark for both subjects within the test?
Sorry, but I don't understand your question completely. Could you also tell which version you are using?
By default Knowledge Check slides are never scored in Captivate, only real Quiz slides. I presume you talk about real quiz slides based on your question.
Can you show the Advanced Interaction panel (F9) and explain based on that panel what you want?
I am using Version 9.
So i have two quizes and one project
Quiz one has 10 questions
Quiz Two has 12 questions
Currently i have the quizes on there own projects separate to the learning material.
Each quiz requires you to pass at 80%
I want to combined the quiz however i want to ensure that the learner still has to obtain 80% out of the first 10 questions and 80% out of the second 12 questions in order to pass the overall quiz.
Does that make sense?
Beware: some LMS's do not support a total score over 100 points, you are at 220points. Is it necessary to have 10 points for each question? I suppose all are added to the Total score (column not visible).
It is a SCORM request to have only one score reported for each course, which will be the total score. THere are some tweaking possibilites: