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Viewing Individual Progress and Performance Data
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All Users 

 

  1. Open the Boost Dashboard and use the left-hand menu to go to the Students section. 

 

The main page of the Students section is a listing of all student users whose data you have permission to view. The following information is available for each student: 

  • Name
  • ID 
  • Date of last activity 
  • Number of enrolled courses
  • Number of active courses (i.e. courses the user has completed at least one activity in, such as marking a Confidence Level) 
  • Number of active CL series (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, whether or not the user has unlocked Engage) 
  • Average session time in minutes 
  • Average Study Plan progress percentage 
  • Average score on practice questions 
  • Average score on tests 
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 

 

Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right. Use the drop-down menu at the top of the page to filter the data shown by course. 

 

This listing will paginate after 25 users. To find a specific user, use the search bars at the top to search by their name or ID. Hover over a data column and select the arrow icon to sort all users by that column in ascending or descending order. 

 

One User

1. In the main students listing, select a user by clicking on their row of data. 

 

 

2. On the next page, you’ll be able to see high-level data about this particular user: 

  • Name
  • ID
  • Institution
  • Group(s)
  • Courses 
  • Date of last activity
  • Total time spent in the platform 
  • Active progress percentage (across all courses) 
  • Average practice questions score (across all courses)
  • Average test score (across all courses) 
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on) 

 

 

The following data points for each course this student has access to are also shown here: 

  • Date of last activity 
  • Percentile rank
  • Study Plan progress percentage 
  • Average score on practice questions 
  • Average test score
  • Average CL mastery percentage (if a course has BenchPrep Engage enabled, this indicates how many questions a user has achieved mastery on)

 

 

 

You can view more specific data for a particular course by selecting the row of data next to the course’s name.

 

 

This will bring up a page with two tabs: Standard Course and Continuous Learning Series. Standard Course includes data about the main course, while Continuous Learning Series contains data specific to the BenchPrep Engage product. Even if this course does not include BenchPrep Engage, this tab will be visible. 

 

Standard Course

The Standard Course tab includes the following data points: 

  • Overall Study Plan progress percentage 
  • Percentile rank 
  • Average score on practice questions 
  • Average test score 
  • Date of last activity 
  • Total time spent (in minutes) 
  • Strengths & Weaknesses 

 

 

The Details section at the bottom of the page also includes detailed information about the user’s work in lessons, flashcards, tests and practice questions. 

 

The Lessons tab shows the number of lessons the user has marked with high, medium, and low Confidence Levels within each of the course’s lesson categories. 

 

 

The Flashcards tab shows the number of flashcards  the user has marked with high, medium, and low Confidence Levels within each of the course’s flashcard categories. 

 

 

The Practice tab shows the total number of practice questions the user has answered in this course, the average amount of time it takes the user to answer a question, the average amount of time it takes the user to answer a question incorrectly, the average time it takes the user to answer a question correctly, and their average practice session duration. It also shows the user’s performance within each practice category and subcategory, including their overall score, number of correct answers, and the total number of questions in each category. Depending on your screen size, not all of these data points may fit on the screen at the same time. Use the scrollbar at the bottom of the page to move the table left and right. 

 

 

The Tests tab shows the user’s average test score and the user’s score, status (not started, incomplete, or complete), and number of correct answers for each test. It also includes the number of questions on each test, the total number of tests, and the average amount of time it takes the user to answer questions, to answer questions correctly, and to answer questions incorrectly. 

 

 

Continuous Learning Series

 

The Continuous Learning Series tab includes the following data points: 

  • Start date (Defined here as the date the user unlocked BenchPrep Engage) 
  • The current cycle the user is on (i.e. if this is their third cycle, this will say “3”)
  • The user’s average score on questions in their current cycle 
  • The user’s mastery percentage in this cycle (how many questions have they achieved mastery on?)

 

 

The Knowledge Breakdown by Category table includes data points specific to each content category: 

  • The user’s foundational proficiency in each category (listed in the same format as Strengths and Weaknesses) 
  • The user’s foundational performance (listed as a percentage) in each category
  • The user’s current proficiency in each category
  • The user’s current performance in each category 
  • The user’s average score across cycles 
  • The total number of questions the user has answered in each category as part of BenchPrep Engage 

 

The Cycle Breakdown table shows the user’s performance on past cycles, including these data points: 

  • Each cycle’s start date
  • Each cycle’s end date
  • The number of questions in the cycle the user answered correctly 
  • The number of questions the user answered during this cycle 
  • The total number of questions in the cycle 

 

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