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New Feature- Testing Progress Report

This new testing progress report I really love
The testing progress feature shows us a few key data points and a really great comparison feature, we will go through each column to show what data you can gather....
  • Column 1 will show you the list of tests you selected from the drop down that you want to see.  You can group by class periods or level and sport.
  • Column 2 will give the date of the most recent time the test was performed.
  • Column 3 will give you data for the most recent tests, weight/reps, time/distance etc.
  • Column 4 will tell you the amount of working sets done between the previous and most recent test during the year.  This is a very important number if you realistically expect progress.
  • Column 5 will give the change in data between the previous and most current test + or -
  • Column 6 will give the average testing result at YOUR school for a particular exercise for that students graduation year and gender.  This is based on the fact that your students have selected their correct graduation year and gender in their profile
  • Column 7 will then give you where they student ranks compared to their peers + or - that median.
Any questions or comments fire away!!

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