How can I aggregate my students' common strengths and weaknesses?

Knowing where your students are excelling or struggling will help you determine key points in a topic to focus on. EP provides a variety of analytics and tools to help you determine how your class is performing as a whole and their overall strengths and weaknesses.

First, set up an assessment through the Assessments section of your dashboard,  and have your students sit the assessment. If you have built your own assessment material, refer to our guide on adding analysis tags to your assessment.

When your students have completed the assessment, navigate to the Assessments section of your dashboard, click on the assessment your students completed and click in to the Analysis tab.

Analysis tab navigation

The Analysis section provides a detailed overview of how your students performed in the assessment, starting with a bar graph displaying the range of results. For this assessment, we can see that the average mark was 33% across the 2 students who completed the assessment.

Showing detailed overview of students’ performance like average mark

Directly below the bar graph, you'll find individual student results. This is provided in an overall percentage, as well as the students' scores in each section of the assessment.

Showing individual student results, as well as the students’ scores in each assessment section

Below Student Results, you'll find Analysis and Recommendations. This section lists the different topics/areas the assessment covers, and the average accuracy of the class across each topic. We can see that Unit 5.3 has the lowest accuracy at 21%, so we can safely assume that this is the area the students struggle with most, and is an area where they would benefit from further revision.

Analysis and Recommendations showing students’ common strengths and weaknesses

To create a task that targets each student's strengths and weaknesses based on this data, see our guide.

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