We’ve had Question Analysis in WaxLRS for a while now, but haven’t talked much about it. I’m not going to go into too much detail here, but I thought I’d give a brief overview of what it is and why it’s useful.
In short, Question Analysis helps find questions that do not measure the same things as are measured by overall score on the assessment they are part of. The calculation is independent of question difficulty, except insofar as excessively easy or hard questions will sometimes be indicated, and there are many possible explanations, from trick questions to infrequently answered questions to badly phrased questions to questions with typos. All we’re trying to do is point out questions that are worth taking a harder look at, and are better candidates for reworking or elimination than other questions in the assessment.