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    Hi, I have developed a course in Lectora 16.2.2 with multiple tests with behaviours: if passed go to next page; if failed go back to the beginning of the module. These work fine throughout – apart from the last test. I have included a results page and, if failed, the user gets taken to the results page instead of back to the beginning of the module – as set. The pass mark is 100%

    Is there a way around this, or will I have to remove the Results page?

    Hope this makes sense!

    Thanks

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    They will get taken back to the beginning once they click on the next button on the Review page when they fail, correct?  I think that is the standard logic.  If you include a results page, the user will be taken there first so that they know how they did on the test before executing the next action of go to page on pass/fail.

    If you don’t want a failed user to get to the results page, then you would just need to create your own page for success (congratulations, you passed at 100%), and if failed the user will be directed to the beginning.  So probably best to remove the standard Results page.

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    As Adam mentioned, it’s standard logic if you check “Show results”. I don’t think there’s a way to avoid the page as it’s the “Process test” action that takes the user to the page and you have to process the test to know whether a user passed or failed. But you should be aware that it is not really a “results page”, it is a page with a “results object”. You can make the object invisible if you don’t want a user who failed the test to see it and just display a text “You’ve failed! Click the button to restart the course.”

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    Adam and Tim,

    Thanks for your help.

    I think I had got myself going round in circles. Having escaped for a few hours and read your replies, I think I am on the right track rather than the hamster wheel I was on earlier 😉

    Thanks again and best wishes

    Jan

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    I’ve done the ‘hide the results object’ trick in the past, and also designed a page with two of them, one that is shown on a pass, and the other shown on a fail (with different information). Depends on what you need to do.

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