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    I have a room with 12 hotspots and eventually 12 quizzes.

    How do I tally the score?

    Is there a way to show x/12 on screen at all times?

    Can I show current score as a percentage average on screen at all times?

    ie: if they did 3 quizzes perfectly on screen would say 3/12 and 100%

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    I would also like a document explaining the process for the above requests.

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    Yes to all of the above.

    The way to show any variable you want and calculate the variables value is detailed here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=w35xFh7K4qA&feature=emb_logo

    If you are using standard scoring, meaning the score is the same for each of the 12 questions, it is calculated for you automatically, there is nothing extra for you to do. With 12 questions, each question would be worth 8.3 points, and your total would be calculated in real time as the questions are being answered.

    If you want to do custom scoring, that’s fine too, you can manage the score yourself through the “set score” and “add to score” actions. If you use these actions, automatic scoring will be disabled, and you can manage the score any way you like.

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