Monitoring Your Progress
- Slide 4A: Monitoring Your Progress
- Quiz-Centric Progress
- Chapter-Centric Progress
- Textual Progress Monitoring
Slide 4A: Monitoring Your Progress
Pavlov offers several ways to monitor your progress as you work on a chapter. Most use information from every question you've ever answered in a quiz. Most are graphical. Most of the following tools are available from the "Feedback" menu.
The most basic statistic in a quiz is your score. Watching your score go up and down gives you a feel about how you're doing. The "Progress Graph" shows exactly this:
You can monitor how you have progressed over every quiz you've taken in this chapter by watching the "History Graph:"
The Red areas represent the number of incorrect answers in that quiz, and blue the correct answers.
The simplest monitor of how you've fared against a chapter in all your quizzes is the "Coverage Graph." This breaks the chapter into 3 pieces: questions you've answered right at least once(green), questions you've answered at least once with no correct answers(red), and questions you've never answered (black). Here's what one looks like:
The "Frequency Graph" gives you a much more detailed look at how you're attacking the chapter. It lists all the questions across the bottom of the graph. Red areas represent incorrect answers and blue areas represent correct answers.
Analyzing this graph can give you a lot of insight into how question selection strategies work, and more importantly, how much you know about the information in this chapter.
Textual Progress Monitoring
Arranged on the quiz panel are various indicators of how you are progressing on the quiz. Which pieces of information are displayed, and where, depends on the designer of the skin you are using. This skin was obviously designed by someone obsessed with numbers.