SimTutors reporting features give you a wide range of data so that you can track your learners progress effectively.

Below are the different reporting options available to you within SimTutor

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Overview Tracker

The overview tracker gives you an outline of your learners progress by displaying all your sims, and some important general information such as how many learners it has been shared to, complete/incomplete status, how many have passed or failed, or done the learn mode of that sim.

If you click on one of the rows, you will be taken to the Sim Tracker.

Date Shared

You can add a date range here to filter the users that have been shared your sims between those dates. Be sure to click "show results" once you have inputted a date range.

Activity Date

Filter users that have attempted or completed a sim within this date range.

Clear Filters

This will remove any date filters from both the Date Shared and Activity Date fields, resulting in all the reporting data for all your users to be shown here.

User Tracker

The user tracker allows you to see all your users within your account (this can be filtered by groups and subaccounts too) and see some general information about each user. For example, we can see that 4 users have completed all sims, only Michael Lee has yet to do one of the two he was shared. No one has failed any of the sims shared to them. If you click on a users row, you will be taken to the Activity Tracker for a more granular view.

Date Shared

You can add a date range here to filter the users that have been shared your sims between those dates. Be sure to click "show results" once you have inputted a date range.

Activity Date

Opposed to this, you can filter the users that have attempted or completed a sim within this date range.

Clear Filters

This will remove any date filters from both the Date Shared and Activity Date fields, resulting in all the reporting data for all your users to be shown here.

Activity Tracker

The activity tracker allows you to see each attempt of a user for a specific sim, or all sims (you can select "all sims" from the dropdown menu). You can see above that William Brooks attempted "BTT Induction - Advanced" twice, failing the first time with 67% score, and then passing the second time with 94% in 7 minutes and 9 seconds.


Activity Date

You can filter the users that have attempted or completed a sim within this date range. Be sure to click "show results" once you have inputted a date range.

Clear Filters

This will remove any date filters from the Activity Date field, resulting in all the reporting data for all your user to be shown here.

Sim Tracker

The Sim tracker allows you to choose a sim in the top drop down box, and see all the user data for that specific sim (this can be filtered by groups and subaccounts too). All the specific sim activity is grouped into one row, so if the user has done multiple attempts, you can find the result of each of those attempts by clicking on that row of the user, which will take you to the Activity Tracker.

Date Shared

You can add a date range here to filter the users that have been shared your sims between those dates. Be sure to click "show results" once you have inputted a date range.

Activity Date

Opposed to this, you can filter the users that have attempted or completed a sim within this date range.

Clear Filters

This will remove any date filters from both the Date Shared and Activity Date fields, resulting in all the reporting data for all your users to be shown here

Account Tracker

View important account information such as active users, sim count, and more...

Data Extract

The data extract is used to find everything about your learners results on a sim. It will produce a .csv file that will have the following information...

  • Username

  • First Name

  • Last name

  • Sim Name

  • Pass mark

  • Date taken

  • Learn/Test mode

  • Complete

  • Points Scored

  • Total points in SIm

  • Each steps/question result - correct first time or how many times the user got the question wrong.

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