How to create a quiz form with calculation values?

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    Asked on September 21, 2016 at 03:45 PM

    I have a 10 question quiz with mainly yes or no values being either 1 or 2. I would like the quiz to auto score at the end and take them to a page where they enter their email address and name to be added to my email list. How can I assign numerical values to text in my form and have those values calculate at the end of the form? This tutorial does not help with that.

    This is a re-post of a comment on How to Insert Text or Calculation into a Field Using Conditional Logic

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    Answered on September 21, 2016 at 05:31 PM

    As you have only two options in your questions you can set a value for each answer, you may set 1 for the correct one and 0 for the wrong. 

    This guide will provide you more details about how to do it: How-to-Assign-Calculation-Value

    Once you have added values for each answer you can get the result in the Form Calculation widget:

    Then you will get a total result of selected answers: 

    Here is my cloned form of yours where I have applied the change: 

    Feel free to clone it. 

    I would also like to share you the link to our  Quiz App it also could help you to create your quiz form: 

    Hope this helps. 

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    Answered on April 25, 2017 at 05:16 PM

    I have read several postings regarding DropDown selections and calculation values. I want to be able to use the calculation values to tally a score, but I also want to be able to retain the Text string from a dropdown choice so I can display it.


    DropDown1 Options

    Single Storey Building = 0
    2 Storey Building = 2
    Multiple Storey Building = 5

    My Thank You page would then display a text string with a calculation such as; "Your Multiple Storey Building will be 5 times more expensive"

    I can understand how this can be done by creating hidden fields and using conditions, but I want to know if it is possible to simple call the dropdown state and the dropdown calculation value. This could alleviate the need to create a lot of additional fields and conditions.

    I envision something like this inside a textfield on the Thank You page:

    <p>Your {DropDown1_state} will be {DropDown1_value} times more expensive.</p>


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    Answered on April 25, 2017 at 06:29 PM


    In order to better assist you I have moved your question to a different thread, we will assist you as soon as possible here: