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How to use Quizalize: The basics
Checking student results and insights
Checking student results and insights

Gathering data on your students after a quiz has been completed

Criscille Aguilar avatar
Written by Criscille Aguilar
Updated over a week ago

After you've completed a quiz on Quizalize with your students, our activity dashboards will help you identify their level of understanding and competence on a topic.

You can select the class where you want to check your student's data.
Under the Activities, click the Analyze results button of a quiz.

Click each dashboard's "Show me" buttons to view insight and results.

The "Who needs help" dashboard gives an overview of the students who are excelling, progressing, and struggling with a topic. This dashboard updates in real time as the students progress through the quiz, so you won't need to wait until everyone's finished to see who needs help.

Clicking on an individual student's name will go into more depth about their performance on the quiz, including their incorrect and correct answers, the time it took them, and improvement between different attempts.

​The "What they need help with" dashboard breaks down the specific topic areas students are struggling with.

Click on the cog on the top right to filter the data by students' first, last, or strongest attempts of the quiz.

If you want to show your class on this page, you can uncheck the "Show student names" to hide names.

Check "Skills and mastery" if you tagged your quiz to a curriculum:

Click on each skill code to view data:

Click the "Differentiation" if you assigned follow-up resources:

Click the "Show me" button to view each task:

The "Improvements" dashboard shows you the improvements made by your class between different attempts of the same quiz or between two different quizzes.

The "Results Table" provides an overview of your student's responses to each question on the quiz. 

The "Subtopics" dashboard organizes students' performance according to the Subtopics or Skills you tagged to the questions, if any. Hover over the colored bars, and your student's name will appear on each.

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