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How to Assign Points to Each Correct Answer of a Drag and Drop Question

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How to Assign Points to Each Correct Answer of a Drag and Drop Question

Scoring the learner for assessments helps reinforce learning and keeps the learners engaged. But Articulate Storyline doesn’t provide a default option to assign a partial score (for example, when learners drop only one option correctly in a Drag and Drop question).

In my previous post, I shared how to assign points for multiple select questions in Articulate Storyline and now, I would like to share how to assign partial score points for Drag and Drop assessments using Articulate Storyline.

Step 1: Create a Drag and Drop assessment as shown in the screenshot given below.

Step 1

Note: Here, Level 1 should be dropped onto Drop 1, Level 2 and Level 3 onto Drop 2 and Drop 3 respectively. 

Step 2: Create a Numeric variable ‘Score’ to calculate the score. Ensure the initial value of this variable is 0. Refer the screenshot shown below.

Step 2

Step 3: Add a trigger to add 5 points to the variable Score each time the learner drags and drops a correct answer to the respective area.

Trigger 1:

Step 3 - Trigger 1

Trigger 2: 

Step 3 - Trigger 2

Trigger 3: 

Step 3 - Trigger 3

Step 4: Publish the course and check the output.

Step 4

As you can see in the screenshot shown above, a partial score of 10 points is displayed as we have dropped only two correct options (Level 1 and Level 2). 

These are the steps to assign partial scores for Drag and Drop assessments.

I hope this blog helps you. Do share your thoughts.

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  • Jay

    I was intrigued by this possibility, but I can’t figure out how to make the standard Storyline results screen recognize the “Score” variable (or whatever variable you create). Can you help?