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Hi, I am fairly new to authorware. I have created 5 topics from a menu which goes into a sequential question bank, each having 20 questions. At the end of the questions it shows how many you got right out of 20, you can then go back to the menu and choose a different topic. When you do this and go through those questions, at the end it now shows a result out of 40, if you choose another after, it then says 60 and so on and keeps adding them up.

I have used the calculation -   

if TotalScore <= 18 then
    Feedback := "Unfortunately you have Failed this test!"
    Feedback := "Well Done, you have Passed!"
end if

I have been told to 'initialize' the variable so it resets to 0, but i don't know how to do this either.

Can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong or am i using the wrong scripting.

Many thanks

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