Students earn points by answering questions correctly, if it's their first attempt on that question.

Points are meant to be a minor award for students as they practice, rather than an informative measurement of a student's comprehension. 

To view more informative data, we suggest starting in one of these locations (help articles attached)

  • To view detailed student-level data, start here.

  • To view assignment-level data, start here.

How are points calculated? 

If a student answers a question correctly on their first attempt, they're awarded points based on the difficulty of the question:
Easy = 15 points
Medium = 25 points
Difficult = 50 points

Many teachers use points to invest and encourage students to try their best on Albert. Check out this resource to learn how you can make Albert points meaningful in your classroom.

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