[Image 1: SmarterMaths: Enhanced Feature to Analyse and Integrate your RAP Data]
SmarterMaths' analysis of your school's past results now has a powerful new RAP data analysis feature.
[Image 2 (from Staging): Show General 2 subjects with all all strands open]
[Image 3: Show a clicker opening "FM3 - Taxation"]
If your school has requested RAP data integration, which comes at no extra cost with any Silver subscription, our filter defaults to the lowest quartile of your past results being flagged.
[Image 4: highlight the "RAP Data" bar in the filter.]
[Image 5: highlight the two questions with the red diamond.]
By hovering your mouse above a red diamond, more detail is available.
[Image 6: highlight the hover script from the diamond in question 2015 HSC 15 MC.]
Here, we can see that this question produced a result of 30% versus a state average of 36%. This result places the question in the bottom 18% of all questions where RAP data is available using a scale that ranks relative performance to the state mean.
[Image 7: highlight the mouse on the slider at 25%.]
[Image 8: highlight the mouse on the slider at 30%, and highlight the extra two questions that have flags.]
By moving the RAP Data slider from 25% to 30%, more questions have diamond icons where your school has underperformed in the past.
[Image 9: highlight the mouse on the slider at 50% and highlight the extra questions that have flags.]
The sliders allow you to control exactly where you want the RAP Data cut-off to be so that you can easily and more extensively identify where past weaknesses have been.
[Image 10: highlight the mouse on "Build a Worksheet, HSC, Standard 2"]
[Image 11: highlight the mouse on "Financial Maths - F1 Money Matters (Yr 11)"]
All RAP data analysis is also currently available in our new Standard 2 program and will be integrated into the new replacement courses for all Advanced and Extension courses as they are rolled out next year.
[Image 12: highlight the mouse on "Financial Maths - F1 Money Matters (Yr 11) - "Tax and Percentage Discounts"]
[Image 13: highlight the two question in the dropdown question menu within "Financial Maths - F1 Money Matters (Yr 11) - "Tax and Percentage Discounts"]