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February 20, 2014


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Danny Bogers

Is it possible to give answers a partial score in a multiple choice question but limiting the user to one singel response? (No no multiple answers) I would like the user to select one answer, but all the answers are more or less correct. Example:
Answer A: 1 point
Answer B: 2 points
Answer C: 3 points

Lori Smith

Hi Danny,
Unfortunately,no. The only way to assign points to an individual answer is if the multiple answer choice is selected AND it is a correct answer.

I do love your idea though - it would be a great feature. I have submitted a feature request to Adobe for it.

The only way to get around this would be to use reverse scoring. That is, have a button at the start of the quiz that gives 100 points. Then, based on the answer, subtract a number of points. So for answer C, you would have the points assigned as 0, B would be -1 and A would be -2.

-- Lori

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