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YDH
02-01-2007, 05:45 AM
multiplication with points instead of 1 correct answer

can you help me on this one? it must be a be a radio button multiplication type. each answer has corresponding points 0-5, 5 points is the best answer. you can arrange each answer in random points.
there can be 2 similar points in 1 question. So it's not just a simple correct or incorrect type of quiz. It should work on both Firefox and IE.



this is how it should look
example..
a quiz of 1-10

Question number 1

1. What is the best thing to do when you see an old woman crossing the street?

a. I will help her, guide her (hidden point of this one is 5 points)
b. I will shoot her (hidden point of this one is 0)
c. I will ask a policeman to help her (hidden point is 3 points)
d. I will talk to her and ask her to stop walking and wait for help (hidden point of this one is 3 points)
e. I won't do anything. (hidden point of this one is 0 point)

now you choose letter c, when you choose any answer they have a corresponding comment once you click a "check answer" button below each question.
it says.. "Your answer is C., Why can't you help the old lady yourself?"


now you choose letter a, when you choose any answer they have a corresponding comment once you click a "check answer" button below each question.
it says.. "Your answer is a., Very good!"

... all answers in all questions has corresponding comment once you click the check answer button.

YOU CAN ONLY TRY TWICE for each question to get the best answer...

Then at the end of the quiz of 1-10, there's a final button "See Score"

Let's say that you scored 1 out of 20 correct, (since there's 100 points in total score)


"you have 3 points out of 100, 5% Very Poor. You are unacceptable to society."



0-25% = "Very Poor. You are unacceptable to society"
26-50% = "Poor. You need to improve your attitude"
51-75% = "Acceptable. You are improving!"
76-100%= "Outstanding. You don't have to take this quiz again."

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IS there a javascript like this?

Philip M
02-01-2007, 07:30 AM
See the posting guidelines.

We are not here to write your web pages for you - we are here to help with specific coding problems.

Try looking at www.hotscripts.com

felgall
02-01-2007, 08:56 AM
Since I have already written the code to do what you want I will save you some time in hunting for it by telling you where I put my version.

http://javascript.about.com/library/blquizf.htm

I also have another variation on it at

http://javascript.about.com/library/blquizf2.htm



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