Mark the correct answer in a multiple choice

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Hi, I am building a simple multiple choice quiz where each question has one correct answer.

I need to score the quiz at the end. I can create  an end-action that evaluates all of the questions and calculates the score for the user. But I need to mark all the correct answers within the action, which is cumbersome and slow, especially if you have many questions and when I want to use question pools for random picking of questions.

I also need to score some questions on the fly, which I think I might be able to work around using question logic, but this is also cumbersome, when all I need is to check a box “This is the correct answer”. Also, I read that logic is not propagated when pulling questions from a question library…

I still havent found out how to mark the correct answer ON the question (or actually on the correct option within the answer).

Here is an example:

Question: What is the BEST of the below options?

  1. This is a good option
  2. This is really bad
  3. This is a distractor
  4. This is the BEST option

I am looking for some way to mark that option #4 is the correct answer, so that scoring will be easy at the end of the quiz. And I find it hard to believe that a cool tool like SurveyGizmo does not have this basic fuctionality.

Would someone please point me in the right direction?

Thanks

johnny answered
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    Hi Dominic

    Thanks for clarifying.

    I will put this as an enhancement request and hope for the SG team to be listening.

    Thanks and regards

    Johnny

    johnny answered
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      Hi Johnny,

      I’m afraid you’re not missing anything here.

      When using the SurveyGizmo Quiz Score Action, the correct answers can only be specified within the Quiz Score Action element (there is not a means to do this while editing the question/answer option).

      I hope this helps clarify

      Dominic Sharpe answered
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