Any completed diagnostics should appear as "Completed" to your students—Quill doesn't count those assessments as graded activities because they are meant to be baselines to indicate which skills students need more support with. Additionally, since the diagnostics are written to be intentionally difficult, Quill aims to deemphasize students' scores, and instead emphasize their follow-up recommended pathways.

You are able to view the number of skills correct on students' completed diagnostics, along with a percentage calculation, from the Diagnostics report, Student responses page (pictured below):

If it is your preference, you are welcome to share the number of skills answered correctly, the percentage, or the number of questions answered correctly with your students.

All independent-practice activities (Quill Grammar, Connect, Proofreader) and whole-class instruction (Quill Lessons) activities include the percentage scores in your teacher dashboard along with the students' proficiency range. Students see those activities on their dashboards with their proficiency status and the option to replay activities. Read more about the student dashboard here.


Check out our linked Support Center article for further information about how Quill grades activities.

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