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{{Grades}}The user report shows the currently logged in user's grades in the current course. It includes
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#a breakdown of the grades for each assessment (grade item) in the course
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The user report shows the currently logged in user's grades in the current course. It includes:
#a percentage value relative to the minimum-maximum grade for each assessment
 
#the optional teacher-given feedback for each grade.  
 
  
It also shows an overall grade for the course (called course total). This total is the same as that shown on the [[Overview report|overview report]].
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#A breakdown of the grades for each assessment (grade item) in the course.
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#The optional teacher-given feedback for each grade.
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#The overall grade for the course (called course total). This total is the same as that shown on the [[Overview report|overview report]].
  
Teachers and administrators may use the "Select all or one user" dropdown menu at the top right of the page to view individual user reports. When all users are selected, the report can be printed, and only one student should appear on each page (browser-dependent behaviour).
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The user report may also include:
  
===Can you switch the display of the percentages off in the report to students?===
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#The position of each grade item in relation to the rest of the class (rank).
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#A percentage value relative to the minimum-maximum grade for each assessment.
  
For example, if you just want pass/fail or a letter grade shown and not a percentage.
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[[Image:User report.png|thumb|left|User report in Moodle 1.9.5]]
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Teachers can choose whether to show or hide rank and percentages (in Moodle 1.9.3 onwards) in the [[Gradebook course settings]].
  
Answer: not at the moment. There does not even seem to be a hack for this.
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Teachers and administrators may use the "Select all or one user" dropdown menu at the top right of the page to view individual user reports. When all users are selected, the report can be printed, and only one student should appear on each page (browser-dependent behaviour).
 
 
There are two issue trackers for this:
 
  
#http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-15887 (with links to the main discussion threads on this topic)
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In Moodle 1.9.5 onwards, category nesting is shown with contrasting colours, which makes it a lot clearer, especially when lots of categories are in use. A range column has also been added.
#http://tracker.moodle.org/browse/MDL-13471
 
  
 
==See also==
 
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hrLNbifiGQ Video explaining the different gradebook reports]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hrLNbifiGQ Video explaining the different gradebook reports]
  
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The user report shows the currently logged in user's grades in the current course. It includes:

  1. A breakdown of the grades for each assessment (grade item) in the course.
  2. The optional teacher-given feedback for each grade.
  3. The overall grade for the course (called course total). This total is the same as that shown on the overview report.

The user report may also include:

  1. The position of each grade item in relation to the rest of the class (rank).
  2. A percentage value relative to the minimum-maximum grade for each assessment.
User report in Moodle 1.9.5

Teachers can choose whether to show or hide rank and percentages (in Moodle 1.9.3 onwards) in the Gradebook course settings.

Teachers and administrators may use the "Select all or one user" dropdown menu at the top right of the page to view individual user reports. When all users are selected, the report can be printed, and only one student should appear on each page (browser-dependent behaviour).

In Moodle 1.9.5 onwards, category nesting is shown with contrasting colours, which makes it a lot clearer, especially when lots of categories are in use. A range column has also been added.

See also