Tallying Responses in a quiz

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I’ve just created a quiz containing 64 questions.  Each question has a choice of “a” “b” or “c” to answer.  I’d like to count the total number of “A”-responses… total number of “b” responses and total number of “c” responses for each respondent.

Is there a script or document that can show me how to do that?

 

Many thanks!

Gilles Renaud answered
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    There is not a specific script or document for this very unique scenario.

    Here is what I would do for this. I would create 4 separate Quiz Score Actions (Tally type).

    On the first Quiz Score action I would score all question like this:

    Q

    a = 1

    b = 0

    d = 0

    c = 0

    For the Second Quiz Score Action, I would repeat this process but this time assign the ‘1’ to the ‘b’ and repeat for Actions 3 and 4.

    This way, you will get 4 separate results, and each quiz score action will only count one of the letters.

    I hope this makes sense!

    sashamobley commented
      • Thanks, Dominic! This worked great for the most part, and I appreciate your help.

        Here’s where I have trouble: My survey is seven questions. I have the logic when it’s clear that one of the options is superior (Sum >= 4).

        But it’s possible for the Tally to result in a “Tie”. [for example, the Total for “A” is 2 *and* the Total for “B” is “2”, “C” is 2″ and “D” is 1 OR Total for “A” is 3 *and* the Total for “B” is “3”, and “C” is 1″]

        Do you have a suggestion for how I can determine if there’s a tie, so I can display a different message altogether? Thank you so very much!

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      Hi Sasha,

      Have you found a solution for when there is a tie??

      Would be great of you can help.

      Thanks

      Gilles Renaud answered
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        The total tally possible does NOT add up to the actual quizz answers. I’m answering all the answers with the highest possible scores and the quiz is returning a 3 – 4 points LOWER than what SG says is possible.

        Help!

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