There are multiple ways to view your Albert data. In this article, you will locate and view your course overview data, assignment-level data and subject-specific overview data.

Course Overview Data

The course overview data view allows you to view your toughest and best topics in a particular subject area. You can also see how you are performing in particular units, topics and subtopics within that subject. This allows you to easily tailor your review to topics that need additional practice.

In order to view this course overview data, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Albert and log-in to your Albert account
  2. Click on ALBERT at the top left
  3. Locate and select your class subject(s)
  4. Select ‘View Analytics’

Once you select ‘View Analytics’, you can adjust the start date and end date to see your performance over a particular time frame. For example, if you want to see the topics you struggled on in semester 2, you can adjust the date accordingly.

In the image below, you can see that Harry Potter is mastering Biological Bases of Memory (100% accuracy) but is struggling on Biases and Errors in Thinking (20% accuracy). Harry can click on “Biases and Errors in Thinking” in order to practice questions in this topic and improve his accuracy.

If you want to dive deeper into your performance in a particular unit, you can scroll down to see time spent, questions answered, average accuracy and mastery levels for particular units and sub-topics. For example, you can see that Harry Potter is excelling in 1.5 Statistical Analysis in Psychology (86% accuracy), but may need to review 1.4 Selecting a Research Method (63% accuracy).

Assignment-Level Data

The assignment-level data allows you to view your overall performance and grade on specific assignments in your class, as well as the questions you got correct and incorrect within the assignment.

In order to view this assignment-level data, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Albert and log-in to your Albert account
  2. Choose the class you would like to view data from and select ‘View Class’
  3. Locate your assignments and view your grades
  4. Click on the assignment that you wish to analyze
  5. Select ‘View Questions’ to see questions you got correct and incorrect

Once you view your assignment data, you can choose to review the questions within assignments that you have struggled with. As you are reviewing the questions, read through the explanations to see whether you selected an answer that was a distractor. If you have questions as you are reviewing the assignment, let your teacher know that you need additional support.

Subject-Specific Overview Data

The subject-specific overview data allows you to view your performance on topics within the subject guide, as well as questions you’ve gotten correct and incorrect when practicing.

In order to view this subject-specific overview data, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Albert and log-in to your Albert account
  2. Click on ALBERT at the top left
  3. Locate and select your class subject(s)
  4. Select ‘Practice’

Once you view you can select your class subject, notice your current proficiency levels by reviewing the color-coded labels at the end of the topic titles. Click on the topic that you’d like to do additional practice in. In this case, it makes sense for Harry Potter to practice “1.4 Selecting a Research Method” in order to improve his grade and boost his proficiency level.

Once you select the topic, if your teacher has enabled independent practice, you can begin practicing. You can return for another try on previously unanswered questions or attempt new questions to improve your understanding,

For more information on how to practice independently on Albert to improve in areas that need practice, click here.

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