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View student progress or scores during an activity

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Written by Kenny Dickie
Updated over a week ago

You can watch the results of a quiz live in the Live Results tab. Teachers can monitor student progress and see how students are doing while they take the quiz.

The Live Results tab also gives view to the details of the quiz including the delivery method and settings. To view this, click the circled 'i' icon to the right of your quiz title, as shown below.

This is also where you can end a quiz that is in progress. Click Finish Activity in the top right to end the quiz, and students will no longer have access to the quiz.

A couple of quick things to note about the Results page:

'Information' Icon

Click the icon next to the quiz title to view the delivery method and settings you designated for this quiz.

Show Names/Answers

Use these toggles to show/hide students' names/answers (green means on and grey means off). This way, you can keep students and/or responses anonymous if you're projecting the results page in-class, for example. 


Click this column to sort names according to their last name for easy reference. Click the column header to change the sort order. If your room is rostered, this column will also show if a student is currently connected. A dash means they're not connected whereas a green dot means they are connected.


You can track student progress in percentage based on how many questions they've responded to. Click on this column for more options; student scores are based on correct answers or in percent they got correct.

Question Numbers

These are shown along the top and are colour-coded. Yellow is multiple choice, orange is short answer, and purple is True/False questions. 

Student Responses

These are shown and will indicate in green/red if students are correct/incorrect. 

Class Total

This row will indicate how many students got the question correct. 

Finish Activity

Click this button to end the current activity and from here you can generate reports

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