Review group performance
Create and customise different areas for comparison, creating as many groups as you like – using your own data and a little imagination!
It’s very useful for analysing groups of students and seeing how classes have done in their exams.”
Make meaningful comparisons
Before you get started
Make sure you have all the data you need to create the group – for example, if you are comparing performance of those who are learning a language against those who don’t, you will need to have this information for every student.
Ask your colleagues to add their class lists so you can use them to compare the performances of different classes.
Decide on the level of security for your group (s). ‘Private’ means only you can see and edit the group; ‘Read’ allows others to see and report using the group, but they can’t edit it; ‘Read/write’ allows all teachers in your centre to see and edit the group.
You can only set up groups once candidates’ entries have been submitted.