If you are a Bank Preparatory app user, you may be watching your score share regularly. This feature comes under My chances, and is a part of Result analysis feature. All of questionbang apps, viz., Bank Preparatory, JEE 360 and NEET Weekly offer this feature.
The score share feature is about relative strength or weakness in any topic of your study.
Let me assume, you are already using one of our apps that offers My chances. You can find overall stats table in My results screen. This, a cumulative results table, keeps a record of your past results, viz.,
> Total number of quizzes attempted,
> Total number of quizzes made available for contest,
> Sum of scores and max marks.
Let me take you through a hypothetical example to explain cumulative stat and score share. The table above shows overall stat of a user who attempted Bank Preparatory app for 4 weeks.
As you can see, the user has attempted all quizzes from Aptitude and English, only 5 out of 20 quizzes from Banking. Below is a score share representation of above data using pie chart.
Maximum score share of each topic is 20%. The scores are graded from poor to excellent, as shown below:
|Less than 8%||Poor|
|8% – 12%||Average|
|12% – 19%||Good|
|19% and above||Excellent|
Let us map the example user’s score with Bank Preparatory performance grading.
The user is doing very good in Aptitude and English, but the performance in Banking and Computers is poor. The user’s aggregate score is 59%, which is very good and may be enough to qualify a bank exam. However, the scores in Banking & Computers may not meet the cut off criteria, hence he may not qualify the exam.
The score share feature is clearly showing strong and weak areas of study. This should guide any user to achieve a well balanced score in future attempts.