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Show test results by category or allow to choose number of questions by standard

Right now you can choose number of questions per test category so that not all students have the same questions.  However you can not see results by category.  You can see individual results by standard but you can not pick the number of questions for each standard.  It would be great to do both, see percentage/points each student received based on category in addition to being able to select number of questions per category.  It would also be nice be able to choose number of questions by standard in addition to see the how each student performed on each standard. On another note, it would be nice to be able to drill down in the test statistics  to see which students answered a specific question correctly and which answered the questions incorrectly.

  • Jennifer Holmes
  • Apr 7 2016
  • Future consideration
Country US
Category Reporting
  • Apr 13, 2016

    Admin Response

    Hi,

    As part of the new test tool we are also looking into improved reports and export of result. This would probably cover some of your ideas. Unfortunately, there are other aspects of the new test tool to that we need to develop first, but we will get to the reports after a while.

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  • Frank Helle commented
    April 19, 2016 09:12

    I agree completely with this suggestion. I would like to emphasize the following:

    • It would be nice to have percentile or relative score. The actual score reported is rather meaningless; different point-values are used to "weigh" the question relative to others, relative score tells how well the student performed.
    • It would therefore be nice to sort all questions based on relative (or percentile)  score. The difficulty of a question is difficult to judge and can be unpredictable. This way I can easily see which questions are indeed difficult an which are easy.