# Need an expert in test scores and test reports with gravity form

Hello,

there is a test form with scores that was created by someone else and I need to edit it to make the test shorter.
The function of this form is to give the information of pass or fail of the test to the teacher. Either the user fails or pass, the teacher will receive an email notification with the total score and the scores for each section of the test.

The student will also receive a similar email notification with all the results of the test.
The notifications for both fail and pass, have a conditional related with the total score.

The form calculates if the student pass or fail and send the emails notification to the teacher and to the student.

This is a part of the notification to the teacher:

Total for Multiple Choice: {Score: Total (Hidden):83}/29 ({Score: Percentage (Hidden):88}%)
Parts of Speech: {Score: Parts of Speech (Hidden):84}/11
Verb Tenses: {Score: Verb Tenses (Hidden):85}/8
Word Stress: {Score: Word Stress (Hidden):86}/6
Sentence Stress: {Score: Sentence Stress (Hidden):87}/4

My task is to reduce the questions and make the test shorter by eliminating some questions in each section of the test, but when trying to do it (in a copy of the form, of course) the form is not calculating the totals correctly and it is not working properly.

So, as I don’t understand how this form was created, I cannot make changes.

I am looking for an expert in this matter that can help me to reduce the questions ( I already know which ones) and make it work.
I also have the correct answers too.

Gabriela

I can assist you with your requirement.

You can reach me out through Skype via cis.garry or drop me mail at garry@cisinlabs.com

Looking forward to hearing you soon.

Best regards,
Garry

Hello Garry,

Yes, we can have a meeting. Where are you? So we can set the hour.
I can tomorrow at 4 pm. I will send you an email.
Let me add you to my skype later on.
Regards,
Gabriela

Hi Gabriela,

Looks like you’ve stumbled into a tricky situation with that form.
Calculated fields can be a pain, especially when you’re trying to change things up after the fact.
I’ve definitely wrestled with my fair share of forms and conditional logic, so I might be able to offer some insights.
If you’re open to it, shoot me an email and we can chat more about the specifics.

You can reach out to me on my email here

Colin