This quiz has no right and wrong answers. Instead each answer has a numeric value assigned to it and the values for the selected answers are added up to give a final total which is then converted into a percentage figure where zero percent means that the lowest valued answer was selected every time and 100 percent means that the highest valued answer was selected each time. If intermediate valued answers are selected or a mix of high and low valued answers is selected then an intermediate percentage value will result.
Where it differs from the original analysis quiz is that this version requires that you specify a comment page to be displayed after each question is answered where you can put whatever information that you want to display about the previous question and what the different answers might mean.
Step Two - add the following code immediately before the </head> tag in the page where you want the quiz displayed.
Step Four - attach this script into the body of your question page where you want the quiz question to appear using:
Step Six - add the following code immediately before the </head> tag in each answer page
Step Seven - add the following code somewhere in the body of each answer page where you want the link to appear that will take them to the next question.
Step Eight - Set up the Analysis Quiz Answers page.
This article written by Stephen Chapman, Felgall Pty Ltd.