I’ve been building a tally quiz for our Health practitioner students and want to be able to show them the incorrect answers for revision purposes. Is this possible?
Thank you for your help
I don’t think there is a built in way to do this, but with a bit of work it can be done.
On a new page at the end of the quiz:
Create copies of each question in the quiz.
Modify the questions in some way to highlight the correct answers (use html to Bold them and change the font color for example). See: https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/html-in-answer-options
Set display logic on each question such that the duplicate shows only if the answer to the original was incorrect. See: https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/setup-question-logic
On the Layout tab for each question at the bottom, you can set the default value of the duplicate question equal to the value of the original question using the “insert merge code” feature. See: https://help.surveygizmo.com/help/preselect-answer-option
Then end result is a page showing each question that was wrong with the answer they picked and the correct answer also shown.
Thanks for you help
Hi There and Thanks for your help
I only want to show or report back respondants questions with incorrect answers ideally in some form of PDF report emailed etc..
I need to get this done quite quickly is there a way a survey gizmo team member can assist us with this project?