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Analytics Overview


Performance analysis comprises Accuracy Analysis, Speed Analysis, Pace Analysis, Streak Analysis, Proficiency Measurement, and Difficulty Analysis.


This graph evaluates the correctness of students’ answers to questions. It helps directors and teachers assess each student’s understanding of a subject. By analyzing the data at the unit levels, teachers can identify specific areas where students need to improve their understanding and knowledge.


This graph measures how long students take to solve each question. It helps teachers assess each student’s efficiency in a particular subject. By analyzing the data at the unit and topic levels, teachers can identify areas where students need to improve their speed.


This graph illustrates how students managed their pace and time throughout the assessment. It is presented as a burn-down chart, which shows whether a student finishes early, runs out of time, or effectively uses the allotted time. This analysis provides valuable insights into students’ time management skills and helps teachers understand how students approach assessments.


This graph provides an overview of the questions in which students took longer than the average anticipated time to respond. It is particularly useful for directors or teachers to identify which questions might have been more challenging or time-consuming for their students. By analyzing this data, educators can gain insights into areas where students may need additional support or practice.


Streak analysis is a valuable tool for educators to gauge how quickly students reach their peak performance during assessments. A streak is defined as a consecutive series of correct answers. The goal is for students to achieve their peak performance as swiftly as possible, as this is indicative of a better overall outcome and result. Additionally, the duration or length of the streak is a crucial factor. A longer streak suggests a deeper understanding and stronger retention of the material.


The Difficulty Analysis graph provides a quick overview of student performance across easy, moderate, and complex questions. It shows the number of attempts and the breakdown of correct, incorrect, or missed answers for each difficulty level.

This tool helps educators identify areas where students excel or need improvement, enabling targeted teaching strategies to enhance their learning experience.


When evaluating student proficiency, both accuracy and speed in responses are crucial:

  • Higher Speed and Higher Accuracy: Indicates mastery of the material. Students answer correctly without rushing, showing a deep understanding.
  • Higher Accuracy and Lower Speed: Suggests readiness for more challenging material. It may be time to introduce new concepts or complex problems.
  • Lower Speed and Lower Accuracy: Implies that more time spent doesn’t guarantee better results. Students should focus on gaining a deeper understanding rather than just answering quickly.
  • Higher Speed and Lower Accuracy: Signals a weak grasp of the subject. Students might be guessing answers. Targeted instruction and practice are needed to improve proficiency.

The aim is to help students find a balance between speed and accuracy, ensuring they understand the material and can apply their knowledge effectively.


This tab shows how well a student is doing in different parts of Reading and Writing or Math section. It tells you how many answers they got right, how many they got wrong, and if they’re spending too much time on some questions. It’s useful for teachers, school leaders, or parents because it points out exactly what the student does well and what they need to work on. This way, they can help the student learn better and manage their time well during tests.


This feature allows educators to monitor the duration each student spends on every question. This tool highlights questions where a student may have struggled or rushed, by showing a comparison to the average time expected per question. For instance, a student spending significantly longer than the 52-second average could indicate difficulty with the material. This data is invaluable for teachers to identify which areas may need more focused instruction or practice, ensuring a more targeted approach to enhancing student performance.


This tab presents a graphical representation of students’ performance compared to the mean of all the students who attempted the assessment.


This graph allows you to compare how accurately students answer questions across different units. It provides a side-by-side view of each student’s accuracy compared to the best-performing student (“Best”) and the average accuracy of all students. This comparison helps you identify where each student is excelling and where they may need to focus more on studying.