Exam and Survey Reports
For surveys and evaluations taken on our standard answer sheets, there are two options for your results: T&E’s default survey reports, including three types of Item Analysis to show percentage of answers for each question; or a raw data file (.dat) that is easily imported into the software of your choice. A few times a year, we also scan OUE Course and Instructor evaluations and then provide the data to ECOL Institutional Research for analysis and dissemination. For more information about that process, please contact Dr. Lane DeNicola.
For exams, instructors are welcome to request specific reports from our suite of over 20 options. For most exams, reports are available in PDF, html, TIF, txt, RTF, and MS Excel.
If a preference is not stated, we generate three reports and send them directly to the instructor’s email in both MS Excel and PDF form:
- The Condensed Test Report features analysis of each exam question, including but not limited to the following:
- The total percent of students who answered correctly (also known as Difficulty Factor) and Point Biserial
- The number of students in the top and bottom quartiles of the test population
- Response frequencies of students who chose each alternative answer
- Overall Statistics including Standard Deviation, Median and Mean, Reliability Coefficient (KR20), and Max and Min scores
- The Student Response Report features each student’s responses, total score, percent score, and grade. This report also includes conditional formatting to show which questions each student got wrong and a mean score for each question.
- The Class Frequency Distribution Report provides both the frequency and percent of students who received each grade, along with the mean score and benchmark.
- Upon request, we are happy to tailor the grading scale to fit the needs of specific classes
For most exams, we can process the following advanced grading features when the instructor details their request at the top of the exam answer key (please see example below each item).
- Alternate correct answers
- Example request: “For #13, please accept both A and C”
- Partial credit when questions are worth at least two point each
- Example request: “For #13, please give full credit (2 points) for answer A, but answer C should receive 1 point”
- “All or nothing” when two options must be selected for credit
- Example request: “For #13, please accept both A and C but do not give any credit for individual responses of A or C”
- Multiple point values
- Example request: “Questions 1-10 are worth 2 points each, with Questions 11-15 worth 4 points each”
- Bonus questions where correct answers receive credit but incorrect responses do not take away from a student’s overall test score
- Example request: “Please give 1 point each to questions 1-100, but make Question 101 a bonus.”
- All versions in one stack
- Please note: For this feature, grades are available in multiple formats, but our standard reports (showing student responses and featuring Item Analysis of exam questions ) will only be available in PDF
These reports are not available when:
- The exam answer sheet is custom designed (not our standard form) and there are more than 200 questions and/or more than 5 possible responses for each item.
- The scanned response sheets are from a survey or evaluation, that is, not an exam.
Learn more about our reports
In Person Trainings
- Upon request, we are available to come to your department to present these changes at a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn. Let us know at email@example.com if you're interested!
- Narrated PowerPoints discussing Remark:
- “Overview of Transition to Remark” provides you with the rationale behind moving to Remark and discusses the transition plan, in addition to showcasing the three new default reports and comparing them the previously-seen “Item Analysis,” “As Scanned,” and “Names and Scores”
- Rather have a "quick glance" comparing the old and new reports? No problem! Simply skip to minutes 7:45-13:35 on our overview video
- Feel welcome to explore all the new reports anytime and let us know which ones you want to see for your exams!
Are there other learning opportunities you would like to see? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reading your thoughts!