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Reviewing Progress in Course

Reviewing course progress is a great way to check your progress. This allows you to understand your areas of weakness and develop yourself accordingly. The analytics gives a detailed description of the speed and parts of the course where you may lack and where you excelled.

After logging in, Click on Course from the top panel.

Select the course you wish to review.

Here you may find all the necessary details about the course.

A summary of the course may be found just below the name of the course.

Course contents are also available and display the order of the chapters you’ll attend.

Learnings of the Course are made available under what you’ll learn.

Under Analytics Overview, click Analytics. (Refer image above)

This bar displays the overview of your progress.

The overview is displayed by comparing your progress with the topper and the class average. This helps you better understand your position in your class.

The data in green color shows the last 15 days’ progress.

Course completion: Displays the percentage of courses you’ve finished.

Accuracy: Displays your accuracy percentage while attempting the questions in the course. Accuracy is the number of correct answers to the total number of questions answered.

Learning Hour(s): Time spent learning content, texts, videos, documentation, etc.

Practice Hour(s): Time spent practicing the knowledge by attempting various questions throughout the course.

The chart at the left displays your rank in the class. Rank is calculated based on the score you obtain by attempting various questions in the course.

Speed is the time consumed while attempting those questions.

The chart on the right side displays your answer distribution based on question categories such as MCQs, FIB, Descriptive, and Coding.

Blue/green describes right/wrong attempts, respectively.

Yellow means missed; refers to the question you may have missed while attempting, maybe because of time outs.

Red means pending and refers to the questions that are yet to be attempted.

Purple means partial used to refer to descriptive questions which need to be evaluated by the teacher.

The chart at the bottom-left describes the content you’ve completed in the course. The chart is made concept-wise. The chart shows the concept completion percentage (Refer to point – 1), marks obtained, and effort.

The effort is the measure of time given to constitute those parameters.

The chart on the right displays Effort Distribution.

Effort means time; the chart helps you determine the time you’ve spent learning the contents and attempting the questions.

Practice: Time spent practicing by attempting various questions throughout the course.

Learning: Time spent studying various chapters, notes, videos, PDFs, etc.

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