The Complete Guide to TrueLearn’s Analytics
All we have is our time. And if you’re a medical professional, you don’t have much of it.
For this reason, chances are that each time you learned the outcome of your high-stakes exam results, you then took a few minutes to think back to how long and in what manner you studied for that exam. Was it the right length? Did you over-prepare or make good use of your hours? How did others study and get a similar result?
As lifelong learners, we’re constantly adjusting and fine-tuning our study methods and trying to get better at time management and preparation.
Unfortunately, most preparation tools don’t offer a way to give feedback as you prepare. You read the text books, watch videos or take a class to prepare, and you’re confident you’ve consumed the knowledge. But, was it enough?
This test prep feedback is vital to time management and performance and is the reason we have invested in tracking, reporting and analytics technology – building its reports right into our question bank product.
It’s a powerful machine that works in the background, collecting information about your practice tests and then providing critical insights back to you when you need them most. For example, you’ll see how you’re doing in specific content areas and how you fare in comparison to other peers taking the same questions.
Our reporting and analytics help you assess how comprehensively you are studying over time, so you can make the best use of the little time you have. And, by giving you insights on how you stack up against the national average, you can continuously decide where to focus and how long – as you go.
Here’s a peek into the highlights of TrueLearn’s comprehensive analytics dashboard:
TRUELEARN’S ANALYTICS DASHBOARD 101
You bought a subscription that included a bank of questions, so make sure you use each question! Our reporting helps you see how many unique practice questions you’ve taken (charted day-by-day) and how many more you have left in the question bank.
This is about efficiency, but it’s also a helpful insight to ensure you are consistently studying.
A favorite feature among our test-takers, this area of reporting shows you which content areas you’re acing vs. which ones need more attention. Weak on Neurology, but know your stuff when it comes to Medical Ethics? You’ll know for sure after scanning this report as your answers on practice tests provide the insight into this very helpful study metric.
The more we study, the better we get. But, how much better? Am I on track? Let the power of technology answer these questions by tapping into TrueLearn’s report on Improvement. Here, we’ll show you how your rate of ‘question success’ plotted over time. We’ll also show you how your improvement equates to the continuous improvement of your peers.
TrueLearn’s test-takers visit this analytics dashboard to check in quite often. Why? It serves up a plethora of informative stats to make studying a lot more efficient.
In addition to charting your usage of daily questions and your results (how many answered correctly), it also tracks the usage of your peers taking the same questions and their collective results.
For even further comparison, you can track your continuous results against residents in the lower 20 percent and those in the upper 80 percent.
These insights are valuable for making the best use of your study time and for aiding in test performance. While letting technology do its job to track and serve back the most meaningful data, you’ll soon be on your way to a smarter, more-optimized study path.
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