When students complete a Quill Diagnostic, the Class summary and Student results reports provide information on class-wide 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 that has been assigned to your classes. Use the dropdown menu in the upper left corner of the page to select a class and only see the Quill Diagnostics assigned to that class.
To view the reports for a specific Quill Diagnostic and specific class, click the View results and recommendations button for that Quill Diagnostic.
Click either the Class summary or the Student results tab in the menu on the left side of the subsequent screen to access either of these reports.
Class summary report
The Class summary report displays the class-wide proficiency level in each of the assessed skills in the Quill Diagnostic.
Each circle chart in the Class summary report displays the percentage of the students in a class who demonstrated the Proficient level in a skill assessed by the Quill Diagnostic.
The percentage of students who are Proficient in each circle chart indicates the percentage of students who correctly responded to all of the questions assessing the skill.
In the bottom left corner of each skill's card, there is a label that indicates the number of students who are not yet proficient in the respective skill and who need practice in this skill. These students incorrectly responded to at least one question assessing the skill. To see the names of these students, hover over the number of students who need practice
Student results report
The Student results report displays each individual student's proficiency level in each of the assessed skills.
Each of the below cells indicating either No proficiency, Partial proficiency, or Full proficiency displays a student's proficiency level for a skill.
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.
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