Access Item Analysis by Student Report

The Item Analysis by Student report focuses on each student's overall performance percentage and level, and provides a breakdown of earned credit by item ID.

Teachers can base their academic goals and align their curriculums with these results to effectively influence student learning.
Depending on your project, you may see links to view the items and rubrics.


  • Confirm your role under your name and your district or school in the Organization dropdown. If you have access to multiple projects or organizations, click each dropdown to select the one(s) you want to view.
  • Tests must have been previously scored. Pearson provides these reports based on responses received from your class. This report only reflects those provided responses.


  1.  From the main menu, click (or tap) Reports.

  2. Select your administration.

    On the Assessment Results page, you can use the Administration Selector to change the administration any time. Next to the Administration Selector, you can click the Report Options iconto alter how the system presents the data. 

  3. Click the more options icon for your school, and select Classes.
    If you have access to more than one organization, first click the more options icon to select Districts. Then, find your district, and select your school.

  4. On the class bar graph, you can view data in two possible ways:

    - Click a colored section of the bar graph, and then either a performance level or View Performance Details.

    - Click a percentage or count for the subject you want to view.

  5. Click the Report Name* dropdown to select Item Analysis by Student.

  6. Filter by Test Name and Grade using the dropdown menus. The system displays a list of students and their scores. The color to the left of the student's name indicates their performance level on the most recent test administration. 

  7. Click the down-arrow at the end of the student’s row to view their performance on each item.

    This report displays each item ID, correlated skills (domains) and standards, and how much credit the student earned for each. You can also click to view each standard. 

    If available, click Options to view materials. Possible materials include ItemStudent Response, and Rubric (not shown).  An example of a Student Response is shown below. 

    You can also download the report.