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Reporting and Analytics: Insight into Examinees and Items

Get best-in-class reports that automatically flag poor performing items.  Gain insight into examinee performance, turning into actionable decisions. Design custom score reports for your examinees.

What types of reporting do I need?

System Reports

Which item writers wrote the most items? Which banks are shortest on good questions?

Live Dashboard

Which students are in progress? Can I stop an examinee that is cheating?

Examinee Score Report

Send an email or display on screen: name, date, score, items attempted, etc.

Full Data Exports

Export entire datasets for detailed analysis in your tool of choice.

Why do I need to analyze item and test performance?

Psychometric analytics refers to the statistical analysis of test data to evaluate the quality of measurement, by closely examining the performance of items, subscores, and the test as a whole. For example, if the correct answer is C but lots of the smart students chose B? Does the item have a strong discrimination parameter? Is the item biased with differential item functioning?

Unlike most platforms that provide a perfunctory analysis, we provide a deep, professional level report, with options for item response theory, which is the paradigm for all modern assessment.

Powerful psychometric analytics

Option Statistics

What proportion/ number of students selected each answer, and what was the point-biserial?

Item Statistics

What was the overall difficulty and discrimination? IRT parameters? Poor items are automatically flagged for you.

Subscore Statistics

What was the mean, standard deviation, reliability, standard error, and other key stats for each subscore?

Test Statistics

Descriptive stats, multiple reliability indices, test information function, CSEM function, and much more.

Automated reporting with both classical test theory and item response theory

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Not sure what sort of reports you need? Talk to one of our psychometricians.