Hello, I am having some problems setting up test questions to function the way I want them to in Claro. Here is what my client wants:
The learner answers all questions in the test. There should be no feedback. Just select an answer, click Submit and move to the next question. At the end, if the passing score is achieved, the correct answers for all questions can be shown. The learner is given two attempts to pass. If they fail the first one, they can go back and take it again. If they fail ag...
I'm wondering about a best way to end a "try me" simulation interaction. currently the last slide is an end and appears to pause , with text included there flashing for a few seconds and then disappearing. I'd like to have some kind of success messaging and accurately direct the user to either replay the simulation or navigate out of it and into other content within the LMS.
Thanks for any advice!
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