In this step, you will learn how to see an overview of the insights of your digital test.
Insights are an easy way to gain insight into the composition and results of your digital test. Insights allow teachers to see details regarding grades, questions, objectives, and graders. To gain insights into your digital test, reviewing must be complete. If you are yet to review your digital test, you can learn how in this guide.
To gain insights into your digital test, click on analytics Insights from within your digital test. You will then be brought to the Insight overview page. In the box on the left you will see the the overview, exercises, objectives, rank correlation and alignment. These sections will be explained in further detail in the next steps.
By default, the page will open Overview, in which you'll find the following:
The characteristics show the number of exercises in your test and the maximum amount of points a student can receive for the test.
The metrics show how many participants took part in your test and the pass rate.
The KR20 / alpha show the assignment's reliability. It has value between 0 and 1 and a high value means a high reliability.
The marks show the minimum, average and maximum grade. The chart also shows the students that passed in green and the students that failed the test in red.
The points show the minimum, maximum, average and median number of points. You can move your cursor over the graph to see the student number and number of points that student received.
Duration in minutes
The duration in minutes shows the minimum, maximum, average and median duration of the test. You can also move your cursor over the graph to see the student number and number of minutes it took that student to complete the test.
error_outline Most data shown in the Insights environment is not reliable for small amounts of data (students). Please keep this in mind when making conclusions based on Analytics.