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Reports Overview

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Remark Test Grading Cloud Edition has the ability to run several different reports on your test data.

100 – Test Analysis Report - Used to see overall test performance so that if there are any red flags, you can go to a specific report to get more information.

101 – Student Statistics Report - Used to view class performance for tests. Optionally shows detailed information about learning objectives, objective questions, and subjective questions. Great report for quickly seeing how students are performing and whether they are meeting standards.

105 – Student Response Report - Provides a graphical view of each student on the test and each question on the test in a matrix style. This report allows you to quickly see performance on both a student and question level.

111 - Class Learning Objectives - Provides score information for any learning objectives defined for the test.

112 - Student Achievement Report - Provides score information in descending order for both the overall test as well as any learning objectives defined for the test, allowing you to quickly see mastery.

150 – Student Grade ReportThis report provides complete test information for each student that can be handed back to a student, parent or teacher. If a benchmark score was defined, you may include a bar chart depicting the student’s score along with the benchmark. If learning objectives were defined, you will see scores for each learning objective in addition to the overall test.

151 – Student Test Report - The Student Test Report is an overlay of each student’s completed test with detailed grade report information. You may print these reports and give them to your students, parents, or other stakeholders.

204 – Condensed Item Analysis - Provides answer choice frequency information on a question-by-question basis, which for test grading is useful for question validity. Using the Item Analysis reports, you can see how students responded to the question. If problems are found (e.g. the question was poorly worded), you can throw out the question or allow additional responses to be considered correct without rescanning test forms.

206 – Condensed Test Report - Provides answer choice frequency information on a question by question basis, including distractor and class score information. This report is a great way to see question and class performance at a glance.

310 – Test Statistic Report - Provides basic statistics on the test as a whole and is useful for gaining a quick look at performance and basic statistical analysis.

320 – Test Item Statistic Report - Displays basic statistical information for each question. This report allows you to quickly see which questions were answered correctly or incorrectly. It also includes information on question reliability.

  

To run a report you have to open a test that has previously graded tests, or grade a new tests in the software.  

To run reports, click Reports under Test Breakdown.

 

 

This will open the Reports page.

On the left-hand side of the screen, under Reports (9), you will see a list of all the reports you can choose. You can choose to view single reports or multiple reports. All you have to do is select the checkbox next to each report you would like to view. If you select more than one, they will appear one after the other in the Report Viewer.

When you have selected the report(s) you would like to view, select Run Reports to preview your report in the software, or Email Me Reports if you would like the reports to be emailed to you as a PDF.

 

 

Once the application generates your report(s) you will see a preview on the right-hand side of the screen in the Report Viewer.

You may select other reports to view, but the software will prompt you to reselect “Run Reports” again, in order to refresh your report preview.

Select Edit Answer Key at the top right of the page to edit the answer key for the test you are viewing. This will require you to re-run your reports to ensure they accurately depict your test.

Select Email Student Reports to select reports you would like to email to individual students.

From the Report Viewer, you can save or print the PDF. You can also select to open the report in a new tab.

 

When you click Email Student Reports, you will be brought to a page where you can select the reports to email and which students to email.

Please Note: In order to email student reports to individual students, each student has to have an email address attached to their name.

The reports that you can email are Student Statistics Report, Student Achievement Report, Student Grade Report and Student Test Report.

 

 

 

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