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Student Assignment Report


Revision Assistant can automatically generate an Excel spreadsheet called the "Assignment Report" that allows you to see your students’ rubric-trait-level scores, and the class’ median and average scores on an assignment. Continue reading below for how to download the Assignment Report, and what information will be on the report.


Note: Chromebook users, see our Frequently Asked Questions page before downloading our reporting Excel files.






Using the Download Assignment Report Button


  1. Select the Revision Assistant assignment you’d like to review.
  2. Click Student Progress.
  3. Click the Download Assignment Report button.  The Excel file should start downloading to your computer.
  4. When the download is complete, open the Assignment Report Excel file to view your students’ data.  
    See below for how to interpret the data on the report. 



Interpreting the Assignment Report


There are multiple tabs of information about your students' progress on the Assignment Report: the Scores tab, and the Overview tab. Read our Helpful Hints below for interpreting some of the data on each tab.  Then click on each image to make it larger and to see all the information that will be included on that tab.


The Scores Tab: Helpful Hints


The Scores tab

Shows students’ rubric-trait-level scores on an assignment

Dashes (--)

Appear in various columns when a student

  • Does not turn in their essay

  • Turns in an essay that “Needs Review” (see below)

“Not Turned In”

Appears in the Overall column when a student

  • Starts an essay, requests a Signal Check, but doesn’t submit the essay

  • Submits an essay, continues to work on it, but doesn’t submit their current draft

“Needs Review”

Appears in the Overall column when a student starts an essay, requests a Signal Check, but the essay

  • Veers off-topic  

  • Is too short (less than 5 sentences)

  • Is just the copied and pasted prompt and/or sources

  • Couldn’t generate a Signal Check within 10 seconds


The Overview Tab: Helpful Hints


The Overview tab

Shows the class median and average scores on an assignment

Class Statistics table

Lists the class average and class median score for each rubric trait on the assignment





No matter what learning objectives, targets, or standards you’re assessing—it’s not easy to track student performance. You will get more accomplished with real-time analytics on your side.

*Important note: In order for the mastery reports, in My Reports, to populate your must release the grades.

Helpful related video

Instant Assignment Performance Reports | Assignments / Student Responses

Immediately after students submit their responses you’re greeted with fast data. The moment you click on a student’s card within a given assignment you’ll see their detailed responses on each assessment question—and have the opportunity to give them both high-level and narrative feedback. *You can also click on the individual questions to see each student's response and make grading, along with feedback, faster.

Real-Time Standards Mastery Reporting | My Reports

Having access to instant (automatically generated) reports—showing real-time progress of core standards that students are mastering—opens a digital window into seeing how your students are progressing over time.

1. Check for standards mastered vs. standards assessed. And modify your view by choosing between Mastery, Score, and Percent. 

2. Utilize the Grade + Subject drop-downs to quickly and easily switch reports. 

3. Click the "+" button to expand the view—seeing mastery of each standard that's associated to a Domain or Cluster. 

My Reports | Detailed Mastery Report

Click on any individual student to drill-down and see their Proficiency Report

Drill Down Even Further

By clicking on either Mastery, Score, or Precent you can see which questions your students missed for a given standards like 7.G.A.3

By accessing this report you can do two key things:

  1. Use both short- and long-term reports to identify tiered interventions.
  2. Easily interpret assessment results to keep your digital instruction on track. This helps you focus on teaching and assessing standards, objectives, or learning targets.


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