I have a bit of a dilemma. I am designing a product that allows for authors to create tests through modular blocks, than publish those tests via ePub. The intent is to deliver the test to students/readers to take them and submit the answers for grading.
Problem is that executive team thinks there is a need to have two types of question formats.
A flash card type question format where users can take the test one question at a time (similar to duolingo and most language learning apps).
A scrolling format (similar to ACT and SAT tests on paper) where the questions are laid out (stacked) vertically, but the user won't be able to submit the questions until the very end of a page.
The issue is that these both function very differently, but they want them both to co-exist on the page. Authors can potentially create 50 - 100 questions and intermingle the formats. I am concerned that the user will not know the format has switched and not realize why one question is like a flash card format, but the other requires them to answer all before submitting.
I am attaching an image: You can see that the first question is the flash card format where users advance one question at a time. They would have to tap Check Answer Button and then it will show them the answer, with a Next Question Button. The questions following that are vertically stacked and have one submit button. You won't be able to submit the answer until all three are answered.