It is not uncommon that throughout a quiz or test we want the submitter to view how they scored on a previous section.

Paperform's Scoring feature allows us to attribute actions (= x - + etc) and values (1,2,3 etc.) to answers, and calculate a total score for the submission.

You’re able to use logic to determine exactly what answers produce which scores.

To configure scoring;

  1. Go to Configure → Form Behaviour and toggle on “Scoring”.
  2. Make sure you have all the fields you want to add values to created within your form
  3. Add your desired rules and configure them. You can add as many as you like, however, note that rules are applied in the order they are listed. The rules are made of two parts, a condition (when the rule will be used) and an action (what the rule does). The action is applied directly to the score.

Now that we have applied rules we will simply need to input the score into our form. We do this by typing two open curly brackets followed by `score` then two closed curly brackets. You can then input the current running amount of questions or the total for the form.