Overview

As learners progress through their journey, each completed module, path, and quest earns or loses points based on passed or failed assessments.

Points calculations are cumulative, this means that each assessment attempt adds or removes points from the learner's total. With one exception, we don't take away points for a lower assessment result on a subsequent try.

If the Rate Your Knowledge questions are activated in the Platform, learners earn 1 point each time they answer the question.

The following examples illustrate point calculations in some common scenarios:

Example A - Learner Improves Assessment Score over Multiple Attempts:

  • Assessment Attempt #1: Scores 60% = -50 points

  • 70% or below fails.

  • Assessment Attempt #2: Scores 80% = +80 points

  • Assessment Attempt #3: Scores 100% = +20 points

  • The difference between the last passing score and the current score.

  • Total points for module = 50 points

Example B - Assessment Score Varies with Multiple Attempts:

  • Assessment Attempt #1: Scores 80% = 80 points

  • Assessment Attempt #2: Scores 60% = No points

  • There is no penalty since the first attempt is a passing score.

  • Assessment Attempt #3: Scores 100% = +20 points

  • The difference between the last passing score and the current score.

  • Total points for module = 100 points

Here's how we report this in the Platform:

Point Values:

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