Scoring Tab #
NOTE: You won’t see a “Scoring” tab if you’re working on a Type or Multi-type assessment. If you selected a Type assessment, skip to the “Results” section. If you’ve selected a Multi-type assessment, you can add score interpretations within each type on the “Types” tab.
On the “Scoring” tab, you can define the custom responses your respondents receive depending on their scores.
Click “Add Score Interpretation.” Enter a title for your score interpretation. For example, we might use “Poor Sleeper.”
Enter text to show respondents who fall into the “Poor Sleeper” category and click Save.
With “Automatic Scoring,” Assessment Generator sets the score range for this score interpretation to the entire possible range of scores (1-10) for this assessment. Now let’s create another interpretation and see how this changes.
Click “Add Score Interpretation” again, and create a new interpretation for “Average Sleeper.” Save the interpretation — now, respondents who score 1-5 will receive feedback for “Poor Sleeper,” and respondents who score 6-10 will receive feedback for “Average Sleeper.”
Create one more score interpretation, and notice that the score ranges are recalculated again. You don’t have to create your interpretation bands in the correct order. If you click and drag one of the score bands and drop it into another location, it will receive new score values based on its location in the list.
To customize your scoring bands, click the Automatic / Manual switch to “Manual,” and you’ll be able to set your score ranges for each interpretation.
For more details, please check out Scoring Your Simple Assessment.
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