Now that Docebo has started adding the SCORM values into the calculation of the overall course score, how is everyone handling this?
Inside each of our courses, we have SCORM and tests placed in different sections (folders), so each section has a series of SCORM files (2004, 3rd Edition) and then a test (created in Docebo). Therefore each course has more than one test. We have the course set to average all scores (which used to be just the test scores, but has recently changed to average ALL scores, including the default zeros that come from SCORM files). Now that the overall course score averages the additional zeros, the score is not correct.
Summary of setup:
- multiple SCORM in one course
- multiple tests in one course
- each test is worth 100 points, shown as a percentage
- course > advanced settings > scores are set to “The average of all scores taken by the user in the course.”
- course has 2 SCORM files and 2 tests
- each test has 10 questions
- each question is worth 10 points
- therefore, each test is worth 100 points
- user receives a 100 on first test and a 90 on the second test
- score should be 95: (100 + 90) = 190 divided by 2 = 95
- instead the user has a course score of 47.5: (100 + 90 +0 +0) = 190 divided by 4 = 47.5
- the zeros come from the SCORM files, which were not calculated until recently
Has anyone else noticed this issue and what are you doing to get your course scores to display properly?