Enterprise Portal: View the Individual Strengths & Opportunities Report (S&O Report)

You can use the Individual Strengths & Opportunities Report to review an exam-taker's performance on an assessment. This report includes detailed information about performance in each category and the responses to each question. If this was a performance assessment, the selected rubric(s) and rubric-based scores also are included. This report is useful for one-on-one conferences with exam-takers.



  1. Navigate to the course.
  2. Select the assessment.
  3. Select the Reporting/Adjust Scoring tab.
  4. Select the Students view.
  5. Select the eye icon (on the right side of the table) for the first exam-taker in the list, or any exam-taker that you want to start with.


    Note: After you open the report, you'll be able to navigate through the reports for all exam-takers.


    • Use the Previous and Next buttons (near the top of the page) to navigate through the exam-takers.


    • To print the report, select the Print button (near the top right corner of the page), and then select the options to include.


      You can include or omit the following sections:

      • Student Overview. You can include or omit Class Performance in this section.
      • Category Performance. You can include all assigned categories or only the categories that are visible to the exam-takers.
      • Questions.

        In the Questions section, you can:

        • Include all questions or only the questions with incorrect responses.
        • Include the question text and answer choice text, or the answer choice letter only.
        • Include or omit the rationale.
        • Include or omit the grader notes.
    • In each section of the report, you can select the arrow to show or hide the details.


    • To go back to the list of exam-takers, select Back to Report (in the top right corner of the page).


Report Details

  • The Categories section includes all categories and sub-categories that were used on the assessment. 


    • The bar graph represents this exam-taker's category score in comparison to averages.
      • Green diamond:The exam-taker's score for this category or subcategory.
      • Yellow diamond: The class average score for this category or subcategory.
      • Blue rectangle: The score range of all scores for this category or subcategory.
    • The Status column represents this exam-taker's category performance in comparison to the performance thresholds that are specified in the course settings.
      • Red triangle: This exam-taker's score is below the At Risk threshold percentage.
      • Yellow circle: This exam-taker's score below the Needs Review threshold percentage. 
      • Green triangle: This exam-taker's score is greater than or equal to the Needs Review threshold percentage.
    • Rubrics: If this assessment was graded with rubrics, the rubrics and scoring selections appear.


  • Questions: This section provides data for each question in the assessment.
    • If you want to view only the incorrect responses for this exam-taker, you can select Incorrect Questions (on the right side of this section).
    • The questions in each exam-taker's report are listed in the same order that they appeared in the exam-taker's assessment. If the questions were randomized (in the Post Settings), then different question numbers will appear in different exam-takers' reports.
    • For each question, the number of categories is indicated in the Categories column. You can select the number to see a list of the categories.
    • For Multiple ChoiceTrue/False, Drag and Drop, Matching, Matrix, and Bowtie questions: If the question was answered correctly, then the exam-taker's response appears with green highlighting and a green checkmark. If an incorrect answer choice was selected, then it appears in red highlighting with a red "no" symbol. Bold type indicates the correct answer choice(s).


      • Multiple Choice with Single Correct Answer



      • Multiple Choice with Multiple Correct Answers


      • True/False


      • Matching



      • Matrix


      • Bowtie



    • For Fill In the Blank questions, correct answers appear in green text with a green checkmark. Incorrect answers appear in red text with a red "no" symbol, followed by the accepted answer(s) in black text. 


    • For Hot Spot questions, a correct answer will be marked with a green rectangle indicating the correct region and a green pin indicating the exact spot that the exam-taker selected. An incorrect answer will be marked with a red pin.


    • For Essay questions, any comments by the grader will be included.


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