Insight reports are a powerful and flexible way to view your students' performance. In this article, we'll explore:

  • How to find data reporting tools on Albert. 

  • How to apply filters to automatically generate custom reports.

  • How to easily run item analysis (question-level analysis) in a matter of seconds. 

  • How to view performance data related to Standards

  • How to view your student's performance data: both at a high level and at a detailed level.

  • How to interpret data and export results.

Where do I go to create a data report?

  1. Once logged in, click on the Classes tab at the top of the page.

  2. Click on a classroom. Note: if you do not have an active classroom, you'll need to create one before you're able to view insights.

  3. Click on the Insights subtab.

Running reports

Reports are automatically updated based on changes that you make to the filters.

Report Type

  • Select to view data by assignment title, assessment title, or a particular subject.

Attempt Number

  • If "Most recent" is selected, this filter will only return data from your students' most recent attempts. 

  • For example: if a student has placed four attempts on a given question, and "Most recent" is selected, then their first three attempts would not be included in the report. 

  • If option 1, 2, or 3 is selected: this filter scopes the report to either the first, second, or third attempt for a student. 

  • For example: if 2 is selected, only the users' second attempt on a given question will be included. 


  • By default, this filter is set to "custom" which automatically spans from the date the class was created to the current date.

  • However, Albert provides a few "quick options" for you to select from, by clicking on the Date filter. 

  • For example: by selecting "last month", you'll only view data related to questions that were answered by your students in the past month. 

Start Date

  • By default, the start date will be the date that you created your class.

  • This filter can be changed by simply clicking on the Start Date filter, and inputting the desired start date.

End Date

  • By default, the end date will be today's date.

  • This filter can be changed by simply clicking on the End Date filter, and inputting the desired end date.

Interpreting results

Once you've filtered for the correct data, you can view individual student data and whole-class data.


  • Mastery Levels Graph: The color-coded bars represent the proportion of students who fall into each mastery level category.

  • AVG ACCURACY: The percentage of questions answered correctly, scoped according to the filters you've selected.

  • AVG TIME SPENT: The average number of minutes that students spent on questions scoped according to the filters you've selected.

  • UNIQUE QUESTIONS: The total number of questions that all students have answered, scoped according to the filters you've selected. 


There are 3 ways to group detailed performance data: by Student, by Questions, and by Standard. This section is located at the bottom of the insights page, directly below the Metrics section.

By default, the Students tab is selected. Simply click on the Questions tab to view more complex question-level analysis. To view how your students performed on individual standards, simply click on the Standards tab. 

Within this section, you can use the search bar to retrieve data related to a specific set of students, questions, or standards (depending on which tab is selected).

By clicking on the icon located directly to the right of the search bar, you can select from three performance-related filters, to customize the scope of these reports. 

Exporting Data: By clicking on the ellipses and clicking "Download CSV", you can quickly export this detailed performance-related information to a CSV. 

Exporting Data

Response Matrix (Excel)
By clicking on this button (located below the Filters section on the left-hand side), you'll download a detailed excel file related to performance, which is scoped to the filters you've selected.

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