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How do I read the Class summary and Student results reports?
How do I read the Class summary and Student results reports?

The Class summary and Student results reports show information about whole class and individual student writing skill proficiency levels.

Updated over a week ago

When students complete a Quill Diagnostic, the Class summary and Student results reports show information about whole class and individual student proficiency levels for the writing skills assessed by the Quill Diagnostic.

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Access the Class summary and Student results reports

Navigate to the My Reports tab and click the Diagnostics sub-tab.

On the Diagnostics report landing page, you will see each Quill Diagnostic assigned to your classes. Use the dropdown menu in the upper left corner of the page to select a class and see only the Quill Diagnostics assigned to that class.

To view the reports for a Quill Diagnostic assigned to a class, click the View results and recommendations button for the Quill Diagnostic.

Click either the Class summary or the Student results tab in the menu on the left side of the subsequent page to access either of these reports.


Class summary report

The Class summary report provides a series of circle charts that each display the percentage of students in a class who are proficient in a skill assessed by the Quill Diagnostic. A student is proficient in a skill if they correctly answered all of the questions that assessed the writing skill in the Quill Diagnostic.

In the bottom left corner of each card, there is a label that indicates the number of students who are not yet proficient and need practice in the respective skill. These students incorrectly responded to at least one question assessing the skill in the Quill Diagnostic. To see the names of the students, hover over the number.


Student results report

The Student results report displays each student's proficiency level for each skill for each student who completed the Quill Diagnostic.

Each of the cells in the Student results report displays a student's proficiency level for a skill and will have one of the following tags: No proficiency, Partial proficiency, or Full proficiency.

Skill proficiency levels

  • Full proficiency means the student correctly answered all of the questions for the skill.

  • Partial proficiency means that the student correctly answered some (but not all) of the questions for the skill.

  • No proficiency means that the student did not correctly answer any of the questions for the skill.


Have more questions?

Please feel free to send a message to the Quill team using the green message bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen or email us at support@quill.org.

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