Result Settings Tab

Configure the results page of your quiz by selecting the desired options.

Calculate the score: #

Determine how the score is calculated for the results by choosing one of the following options:

  • By correctness: The score will be calculated as a percentage based on the number of correct answers (e.g., Your score is 67%). You can also choose to display the quantity of questions answered correctly using the Display score option (e.g., Your score is 27/10).
  • By weight/points (Pro): The score will be calculated based on the assigned points for each answer and question. You can still use the Display score option to show the user’s final score at the end of the quiz. Note that this option disregards the correctness of the answers.

Redirect after submission: #

  • Specify a custom URL to redirect users to after they submit the quiz.
  • Redirect URL: Enter the URL to which users will be redirected after submitting the quiz.
  • Redirect delay (seconds): Set the number of seconds before redirecting users to the custom URL, starting from 1.

Enable Exit button: #

Display an Exit button on the results page that redirects users to a custom URL when clicked.

Redirect URL: Specify the URL for redirection as soon as the Exit button is pressed.

Hide score: #

Disable the display of the user’s score on the results page. If desired, you can enable this option and customize the message using Variables (Quiz Maker → General Settings) within the Result message field.

Display score: #

Choose how the score will be presented:

  • By percentage
  • By count of correct answers
  • By weight/points (Pro)

Enable progress bar: #

Show a progress bar on the results page that indicates the user’s result.

Enable restart button: #

Allow the user to retake the quiz by activating the Restart button.

Show question results on the results page: #

Display all question results and the correct answers on the results page.

  • Hide correct answers: Prevent users from viewing the correct answers to the questions on the results page.
  • Show wrong answers first: Prioritize the display of incorrectly answered questions on the results page.

Show the statistical average: #

Show the average score based on the results of all users who have taken the quiz on the results page.

Show social buttons: #

Include LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Vkontakte social buttons to allow users to share your quiz page.

Display links to your social media pages on the results page of the quiz.

  • LinkedIn link
  • Facebook link
  • Twitter link
  • VKontakte link

Quiz loader icon: #

Select the desired loader icon that will appear while the system calculates the results. The loader icon will match the quiz text color, which you can define on the Styles tab.

Result message: #

Specify a message to be displayed after submitting the quiz. You can use Variables to insert user data into the message and add media if desired.

Pass Score (%): #

Set the minimum passing score in percentage for the quiz.

Quiz pass message: #

Enter a message to be displayed when the user passes the quiz. You can include media if desired.

Quiz fail message: #

Provide a message to be displayed in case the user fails the quiz. You can also include media.

Disable data storing in database: #

By checking this checkbox, you will disable the storage of data in the database, and the results will not be shown on the “Results” page. It is not recommended to enable this option.

Strong calculation of Checkbox answers score: #

  • If enabled, the system will calculate the score for Checkbox answers strictly as either 1 or 0. Strict calculation means that even
  • if the user selects two correct answers out of three, they will receive zero points. They will only receive one point if they select all three correct answers for the given question.
  • If disabled, the system will calculate the answer score as a percentage.
  • In this example, if the user chooses two correct answers out of three, they will receive 2/3 of the score for the question.

Show interval message (Pro): #

Enable the display of an interval message on the results page. The interval message shows the most relevant content based on the user’s answers. (Video Tutorial)

Intervals (Pro): #

Choose your preferred method of calculation.

  • By percentage: Assign values to the Min and Max fields as percentages and write a corresponding message for each interval separately. You can cover the range from 0 to 100 with as many intervals as you wish. You can also reorder the interval messages and attach images to each of them.
  • By points: Assign values to the Min and Max fields as points and write a corresponding message for each interval separately. You can shift the interval messages and attach images to each of them.
  • By keywords: Select the keywords that have been matched with your answers. Enter a keyword-based and relevant message in each field separately. The interval message will be calculated based on the majority of the user’s selected answers. You can also rearrange the messages and add images if desired. To understand how the keyword functionality (Pro) works, please refer to the following article: How To Make a Personality Quiz on WordPress.

Assign message to each keyword (Pro): #

Show question results on the results page based on keywords, with specified texts for each keyword.

Top keywords (Pro): #

Set messages based on the user’s score. (Video Tutorial)

  • Ordering: Change the order of the keywords.
  • Keyword: Define the keywords.
  • Text: Write the corresponding text for each keyword.
  • Actions: Delete a keyword that has already been set up. You can also see a ∧ sign. When you click on it, you can access the redirect settings for that particular keyword.

There are two fields: Redirect URL, where you can specify the URL to which you want quiz takers to be redirected, and Redirect delay, where you can set the time (in seconds) for the redirection.

Enable quiz coupons (Pro): #

Enable the distribution of coupons upon completing the quiz. To display the coupons, use the %%quiz_coupon%% message variable from General Settings > Message variables.

Export example: Download an example file that will help you create your coupons.
Choose .csv file to import: Click the “Choose file” button and select your .csv file to import (ensure the coupon list is formatted correctly).
Coupons list: View active and inactive coupons.

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