Description of the Student Progress Report
The first section lists all logins from the last two weeks, along with the time spent on the site and the number of questions answered during that day.
If you are coaching a student enrolled for the SAT or
GRE tutorial, the second section lists progress broken
down by question type and content area.
The percentile standing reflects the student's
current ability estimate relative to the rest of our user
base. It is determined by more than simply the number of
correct answers, because questions are selected according
to the student's level of performance. Different students
will see different sets of questions. The percentile
standing is based on an estimate of student ability
given the specific questions answered.
Tutorial progress how much of the tutorial the
student has accomplished. The tutorials range from ten to
forty-eight pages each.
Questions answered is the number of questions
attempted. Question sets come in groups of 20 with the
number of sets that can be answered depending on the
category of questions. We recommend the students answer 20
questions from each category before attempting second
The last section is a summary of the student's work
with the vocabulary builder. Words are grouped into
five levels of difficulty and the student's
progress is summarized by showing how many words at each
level have been answered correctly out of the total number
of words seen at that difficulty. Difficulty level 1 is
the easiest and difficulty level 5 is the hardest.
The column titled Avg is the average difficulty
of words given to the student. This is the most effective
measure of the student's current level.
In the list of the last 10 incorrect words are up to
ten words the student has most recently seen. A tick
indicates the student picked the correct definition on
their first attempt and a cross indicates that they
The total number of words mastered is given at
the bottom - these are words the student has answered
correctly on their first attempt and then subsequently
reviewed. Each student has their own personal set of
flashcards of the words they have mastered.