# Question Analytics

Below is a list of all available Learning Analytics-data for each question in a test. To filter on a test use the Test-filter at the top.

### Order

The position of the question in this test.

### Exposed

The number of students, among those who submitted this test, who opened the question. Equals the sum of "Attempted" and "Omitted".

### Attempted

The number of students who answered the question.

### Avg. time

The average number of seconds spent on the question among the students who have seen the question.

### Omitted

The number of students who opened the question without answering it.

### Not exposed

The number of students who did not open the question.

### Correct

The number of students who answered the question correctly.

### Average score

The average score on the question among the students who submitted this test.

### Max score

The maximum score on the question.

### P-value

The P-value is the normalized average score on a question. This means that the maximum value of the P-value is 1, which happens if all the candidates answer the question correclty. It is worth noticing that the P-value can differ from the average score, even if the question has a maximum score of 1, because the P-value only takes into account the number of candidates that were epxosed to the question.

**Note**: If you use advanced scoring rules with negative scores, it may be difficult to interpret this value.

### Correlation

A number between -1 and 1. The correlation is the extent to which the question score correlates to the total score. Negative or very low positive values â€‹â€‹may indicate that the question does not discriminate (differ) well between students of high and low ability. See here for additional documentation: http://https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Point-biserial_correlation_coefficient.

**Note**: If you use advanced scoring rules with negative scores, it may be difficult to interpret this value.