In my example, I am using a correct / incorrect method to grade the results.
If I use logic to hide a question, the results appear to assume that the question is unanswered and therfore incorrect. The point about hiding a question in my example is that the question is for example “not appliable” ie the reason it is hidden in the first place. It would be incorrect to grade a question that is skipped by logic.
Additionally, as included in another post, the “required” status of a question currently insists on a question being answered even if it is hidden. The logic function should allow for a question to be required if shown and not force required if hidden. This is important for a logic function in a survey.
If the logic is working by design, cuold I request that these features are considered
1. Exclude grading of questions hidden by logic
2. Done force required only when not hidden by logic