How can I set a pass limit above which is a fail?

August 8, 2018
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How can I set a pass limit above which is a fail?

Newbie 1 posts
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August 8, 2018

I am creating a screen cast assessment, where I want to the learner to pass on how accurately they’ve remembered a set process. I have one ‘correct’ click box per screen which is scored to a variable called click_counter. To capture random clicks I have a further click box which covers the entire screen beneath the ‘correct’ click box. This box is also incrementing click_counter.  I have successfully set up custom result screen which go where they should depending on accuracy, however, the problem I’m encountering is that the pass mark in quizzing will not allow me to set a ‘reverse’ situation where the minimum score is a pass and the maximum is a fail (minimum indicates accuracy – maximum indicates random clicking). This obviously means that the pass or fail is will be incorrect. How can I overcome this?I’ve been going around in circles – I’ve a suspicion I will need javascript and unfortunately I’m no expert!

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2018-08-09 07:45:34
2018-08-09 07:45:34

I would really need more information, because it looks like you only use the automatic score that can be linked to an interactive object (in this caes the click boxes). You didn’t tell neither if you need to transfer the score to a LMS? If you don’t have to do that the solution could be done in Captivate without JS. The idea is to track the score in a user variable (you have the counter) and at the end show one out of two buttons: a button with a score and one without a score, based on the values of the user variables (probably you’ll need two).

If you need to transfer the score, you have to use JS or the wonderful CpExtra widget (InfoSemantics, Australia). One of its multiple features is to transfer the value of a user variable to a quizzing system variable like cpQuizInfoPointsscored.

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