This report allows you to view exam attempts and scores for individual modules. This report is best utilized to see how many attempts Learners are taking to pass an exam and what the range of scores is.
If you have not already reviewed the training materials on Functions Common to Most Reports please do so before continuing with this report.
Section 1: Filter By Hierarchy allows you to filter your report based on hierarchy levels. If you wish to run the report for all Learners, leave section 1 blank.
Section 2: Filter By Courses allows you to filter and run the report for an individual module or group of modules. To add a module, click on the "Add Module(s)" button. In the new window that appears, check the boxes next to the names of the modules that you wish to run the report for and click the "Add" button. To run the report for all courses, leave Section 2 blank.
Section 3: Filter by User Attributes allows you to filter which Learners will be included on the report. To run the report for all Learners, leave these fields blank.
Section 4: Report Output will allow you to set the final parameters for how your report will run.
Exam Status. First, you will choose if you wish to run the report for only Passed, Not Passed or All Exams (both passed and failed attempts).
Exam Type. Next, you will need to specify the exam type(s) desired for the report. You can choose Pre Exam, Final Exam, Exam, Test Out or All to include all four options.
Date Type. Next, you will set the Date Type and Date Range desired. You can choose Date Type "Completed" to show exam scores for modules completed within a certain time frame or "Due Date Range" to show exam scores for modules with due dates that fall within the range you choose. (Note: If running for Date Type "Due Date Range" be sure to expand your end date out to encompass the due due of the module for which you wish to view results).
Optional Columns. Lastly, you can choose to add any desired Optional Columns to your report.
Below is an example of an Exam Scores Report run for one module.