skip result page when questions randomize

jitendrakrtiwar
jitendrakrtiwar Community Member Posts: 2
Probably your best bet is to require the learner to answer all questions by checking that option on the Content tab of the test properties.But if you don't want to do that, then put all you questions in a section and randomize that section. Follow it with a page where you test all the question variables for Not Empty. If ALL are not empty, then run an action that Submits/Processes the test. What do you want to have happen if they do NOT answer all questions aside from not showing the results page?Edited By: Ben Pitman on 2008-11-27 6:6:39
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