This article highlights how you can drill down into the analytics of a specific course.

So how do I get to this super cool dashboard?

There are three ways you can access the Single Quiz Dashboard:

1. Analytics Tab


2. Quiz Index Page

3. Quiz Builder (Both Static & Dynamic Quizzes)


Alright, I am at the dashboard so what do I do now?

Step 1

Select the quiz you would like to analyze, which can be done in one of two ways:

Option #1: Select the quiz from the drop-down menu in the upper-left hand corner


Option #2: Click the 'Choose a Quiz' call to action button & then select the quiz from the drop-down menu that appears in the upper-left hand corner


Step 2

Select any filters you would like to apply to the report

*If you would like to make your analysis a little easier on yourself check out our support documentation on Configuring Filter Presets.


What's the 4-1-1 on what this dashboard shows?

Overview Insight

  • Gain some insight into how your learners are matching up against the quiz in terms of attempts, scores, & progress.

Direct Link to 'Multiple Quiz Performance' Report

  • Click the Go to Analytics Sample Analysis link shown in the previous screenshot to grab the overall quiz analytics for any learners who have given the quiz selected a go!

Question Analysis

  • See how each question matches up against one another to help you analyze if any questions need to be modified

Easily Modify Questions

  • For any questions that you identify as needing some love, you can click on the question & you will be brought to the quiz builder to make any changes you see fit.

Quiz Leaderboard

  • See which learners are totally crushing it for the quiz selected.
  • Pro-Tip: If you click the green arrow associated with the # of Correct Answers column, you will be able to identify three learners who require assistance.

Score Distribution

  • Observe the score distribution among the learners who have completed the quiz selected.
  • Pro-Tip: Feel free to hover over the bar to see the number of attempts that have resulted in the score that the bar is visualizing.
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