Graphing

Graphing can be done by student or by test for an entire class on the Classroom Test Scores report.  

Graphing a Student's Score

When graphing a student's scores, each completed test is listed vertically on the left side of the page. Each test score is listed horizontally across from the corresponding student name. The graphed row sorts by test order.

A colored bar for each test score represents the student's percent score on the test and correlates to the proficiency legend.  The color of the bar is based on the proficiency legend found at the bottom of the report.

To graph a student's test scores:

  1. Open the Classroom Test Reports page.

  2. In the Student Name column, locate the student.

  3. Move your mouse cursor horizontally across the row to the end of the Tests by date assigned section. A Graph button is located at the far right of the table.

  4. Click Graph. The graph appears on a new page.

The Proficiency Legend is available. A colored bar for each test score represents the student's percent score on the test and correlates to the proficiency legend.

Graphing a Test

When graphing a test, each student's name is listed vertically on the left side of the page. Each test score is listed horizontally across from the corresponding student name.

A colored bar for each test score represents the student's percent score on the test.  The color of the bar is based on the proficiency legend found at the bottom of the report.

To graph test scores for a specific test:

  1. Open the Classroom Test Reports page. Display the Test Scores tab.

The students are listed in the Student Name column.

  1. In the Tests by date assigned section, locate the test date.

  2. Click Graph in the appropriate test date column. The graph appears on a new page.

The Proficiency Legend is available. Each colored bar reflects the proficiency level of the percentage score and correlates to the proficiency legend.

Manual scoring

An next to the test date along with students who do not have a score, indicates the test contains items that need to be scored by you.

To score a test that needs manual scoring:

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