World Series Scoreboards
While competitions are in place, you can use the Student Dashboard to see how the achievements of you, your class, and your school measure up compared to the other competitors.
Navigating to the competition scoreboard
After logging in to your Student Dashboard, navigate to the Competitions tab at the top of the page. This will bring you to an overview of all current and upcoming competitions associated with your account.
To find a specific event or competition, you can either scroll through the page or use the search bar in the top-right corner of the screen. You can also use the subject filter to adjust which competitions are displayed here. Click on the desired competition to be taken to the competition overview page.
To find competitions you have previously competed in, navigate to the Learning Record tab and use the relevant filters to find the event.
From the competition overview page, you will be able to see the number of points and awards you have achieved over the course of the competition. To view the full scoreboard, select Global Scoreboard and a new window will automatically open.
When you open the Scoreboard, you'll see your name at the very top of the page, along with the number of points you've earned. There will also be a description of the competition.
You can scroll down to see the scoreboard and some stats on the competition so far. You can also filter the results in a number of different ways.
Using the School stats drop down menu on the left-hand side of the page you can filter the scoreboard by Class stats, Student stats, State stats (AUS), or Country Stats.
Using the All subjects drop down menu on the right-hand side you can switch between the different subjects included in the competition.
Once you have selected the desired filtering, you will be able to see how you rank up against all the other schools, classes, and students.
Not every school is the same size, which means larger schools have an advantage on the default view of the scoreboard. To see the average number of points earned per student, tick the Average box to the top right of the scoreboard.
To help encourage other students, you can cheer them on directly through the scoreboard by clicking on the megaphone icon next to their name.
You can then choose which sticker you send to them.
Stickers cost EP Credits, which can be earned by answering questions. We have a guide on how to earn EP credits here.
If you want to see how someone in particular ranks, you'll need to type their username in the Search by username box.