Of course it’s possible. In the end there’s no big difference between courses with and without a test. A scorm package must always send the score a user has achieved for the Assignable Unit (AICC_Score). If you don’t have a test you’ll have to set the score manually, if you have a test you can use the test score to fill in AICC_Score. Lectora creates a variable for the test called “Name_of_your_test_chapter_Score”, e.g. “Test_1_Score”.
You can’t use cmi.score.raw (AICC_Score) for the points as the variable requires a decimal and it will throw an error when you try to set it to a value > 1.
You can check “Retain value between sessions” for the variable “29864_GameScore” to save the points to the suspend_data field in the LMS.
… it seems like the calculations made by the template are not too precise. In my test I answered all questions but 1 (100 points) question correctly. The point score is 7900 but the percentage score is 95 although it should be 99.