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Viewing submission and question stats of an assignment
The statistics report of an assessment can be accessed by clicking Scores and Question stats tab on the assessment landing page.
This report provides statistical information of an assessment (Quiz / Assignment) and the questions within it. The assessment landing page of an assessment provides you with a summary of the submissions made by learners. You can view the score information and individual questions stat in tabular format by accessing the scores and question stats tab respectively. You can also view the percentage of correct answers.
Additionally, you can print charts of both these stats or even download them in different formats as per your convenience.
2. Click the assessment whose stats you wish to view. Clicking the assessment will take you to the assessment landing page.
4. The chart displays the percentage scores of the learners. You can easily understand who has obtained scores above or below the average score of the assignment.
5. Click to print the chart or download it.
Note: You can download the the chart as PNG image, JPEG image, PDF document, SVG vector image and as CSV file.
6. The table at the bottom of the page shows the Score, % Score and Percentile of the learners.
Note: The exclamation mark and the star in front of their score indicates the lowest and the highest scores obtained by learners respectively.
8. Chart shows the comparison of the lowest, highest and average scores for each question of the assignment.
Red, blue and green icon represents the lowest, average and the highest score obtained for each question respectively. Whereas the yellow dot represents the time spent by learners to answer each question.
10. You can check/uncheck any stats (such as Lowest score, Average score and so on) to filter your results.
11. For instance, if you uncheck the Lowest Score and Average Score stats then you will be able to see only the Highest Score and Time Spent details of each question as shown in the following screenshot:
12. Similarly, if you uncheck the Time Spent stat, then you will be able to see all the score types without the indication of time spent on each question as shown in the following screenshot:
13. You can also view the question details, such as, the body of the question, total score, low score, high score and other details pertaining to the question on the Question Stats page.