Maybe there is some sort of misunderstanding about what I am asking about because Moodle 1.9 certainly did work that way. Meaning, in Moodle 1.9 getting to the next question was generally a two step process when feedback right after attempt was enabled. First students needed to click on "submit" and the feedback was shown and then they needed to click "next" or the the number of a different question to move on.
Right now, Moodle 2+ does not seem to work like that. Students can now click on "next" which acts as a "submit" and "next" button in one or they click on "check" and then "next' (or the number of a different question). As such, students can go on to the next question without getting immediate feedback if they so choose. While I understand the rationale for that for many situations, I believe that for younger students (think under 12) it is better for them to see the results of their choices right away whether they like it or not and not force them to "actively choose" to see the feedback. (If they just want to get it over with, they might not be inclined to review all their choices carefully. I wouldn't call that a human issue, but human nature for that age group. I also know of other electronic quiz systems which the same way. Students see the feedback before moving on.
I am not sure why this is such a great technical difficulty or such an unreasonable request considering that IS how Moodle worked up until 2.0. Basically, I am asking for the option for a "submit" button which leads to feedback and then the option to move on instead of a "next" button which allows them to bypasses immeadiete feedback. It can be an option in the setup of the indivdual quiz. Considering the age of the students I work with, I don't think this is such a horrible request. In any event, it was a yes or no question, can Moodle 2.0+ be set up to work that way?