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Why do students only see Completed for their Quill Diagnostic score?
Why do students only see Completed for their Quill Diagnostic score?
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When students complete a Quill Diagnostic, they will see the copy, Completed, in the Score field for the Quill Diagnostic.

Because the purpose of a Quill Diagnostic is to find a student's writing skill proficiencies and to provide practice recommendation activities that address the writing skills that students need to practice further, Quill Diagnostics are intentionally written to be difficult. For this reason, Quill aims to deemphasize the scores of Quill Diagnostics by not showing Quill Diagnostic scores in students' Quill accounts and instead aims to emphasize the practice recommendation activities that are assigned after the completion of a Quill Diagnostic.

Please note that as a teacher, you are able to view a student's percentage score for a Quill Diagnostic, an overview of the student's specific responses to the Quill Diagnostic's prompts, and whether or not the student correctly used the relevant writing skill when responding to each prompt in the Student responses report of the Diagnostics report.

Please click here to learn more about how to read the Student responses report for a Quill Diagnostic.

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