Some Quick Starts use advanced logic and add up scores that are displayed on a Results page. In addition to the how-to post with publishing instructions, we’ve created logic templates to make the process of organizing and defining that logic a bit easier. Below you’ll find a guide to the logic template as well as a link to download the logic template itself.
The 6 Category Assessment prompts respondents to choose whether they strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree with 20 questions. The option that is selected for each question is saved to Answer01, Answer02, Answer03, Answer04, etc. fields.
Each selection is associated with a certain amount of points. The "strongly agree" option is worth 4 points, the "agree" option is worth 3 points, the "disagree" option is worth 2 points and the "strongly disagree" option is worth 1 point.
Each category tallies up a score based on the options selected for each question within that category. The scores for each category are saved to Score1, Score2, Score3, Score4, Score5 and Score6 data fields, respectively.
The score for each category is also used to calculate a percentage of total points which is saved to Score1Percent, Score2Percent, Score3Percent, Score4Percent, Score5Percent and Score6Percent data fields, respectively.
For example, the first category has a maximum score of 16. In the logic template, you will see an example of a respondent who strongly agreed with all four questions in the category which results in a Score of 16. Because the respondent received 16 points for the first category, he/she got 100% of the the maximum possible points.
The second category allows a maximum score of 12. In the logic template, you will see an example of a respondent who strongly agreed with one question, disagreed with the second and agreed with the third question in the second category. This results in a Score of 9 which is 75% of the maximum score.
A sum of all the category scores is saved to a Score field which is also translated into a FinalPercent value. In the logic template, you will see that our example respondent received a total Score of 55 which is 68.75% of the total maximum score of 80.
For more information on how to work with the 6 Category Assessment creative, click here.