Explaining the completion score

Modified on Mon, 25 Oct 2021 at 03:00 PM

The completion score shows how much of the learning material a student has engaged with and if they attempted to answer all of the questions. 


The learning materials appear at the start of a nugget and students can choose to either watch the video, read the slideshow, or both. 


If a student has a completion score of 100% it means that they read or watched all of the learning materials and attempted to answer all of the questions in a nugget.


If a student skips a question using the 'I don't know' button, their completion score will be lowered. 


This information is available on the Teacher Dashboard, under the Markbook tab, accessed by clicking into any nugget which a student has completed. To find out more about the Markbook tab, click here.


Furthermore, you can look at how long a student spent on the learning materials. 


The below student watched the video for 3 minutes and 3 seconds, clicked through all of the slide show for 34 seconds and attempted to answer all 10 questions, leading to a completion score of 100%. 




This is compared to the below student who received a lower completion score of 33%. While they spent 1 minute and 51 seconds on the slideshow, they skipped 8 of the 10 questions, only attempting to answer 2, accounting for their lower completion score. 






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