Help for Professor Classlist Page
The Classlist page shows all the classlist data for each student as well as each students current score and/or percent correct on each problem in a given set. The set is selected from a pop-up list on the professor page. If you want to view the data for a different set, go back to the professor page and select a different set from the list. From the professor page you can also request that the students be sorted aphabetically (default), by their section, or by their recitation.
A majority of the data listed on the classlist page is gleamed directly from the classlist and should be the same for each set usually. The data fields taken directly from the classlist are:
With the exception of the section and recitation, each of the above data fields will be completely unique to each student (and in the case of the psvn, will also be unique to each set).
- First and Last Name
- psvn - Problem Set Version Number (each student has a unique number for each set)
- Student ID (usually their SSN)
The other data listed on the page is information on students progress on the problems in that set. The three fields that contain this information are:
The Problems field is the biggest field and contains the most amount of information. It has two rows of information. The top row will contain one of three things for each problem:
- Score - the total points the student has for this set
- Out of - the total points possible for this set
- Problems - a small chart of the students progress on each problem.
The second row lists exactly how many times the student has submitted an incorrect attempt. An incorrect attempt is any attempt that is not 100 per cent correct.
- a '.' (period) - the student has not yet attempted that problem
- a 'C' - the student has answered that problem 100 percent correctly
- a number from 0 to 99 - the student has completed that percentage of the problem
For more information on WeBWorK: Webwork docs.
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Last updated: 29 October 2000