## Graph and Analysis

##### 1. Time Progress Analysis

**Definition:** The graph depicts the pace in which you have taken the test. This is a plot of time taken to answer a question (Y-axis) and question number (X-axis).

**Details:** The graph shows your pace, blue line, with respect to a standard pace (black line). If your graph (pace) is above the standard graph that means you are managing your time wisely – Safe Zone. If your graph (pace) is below the standard graph that means you are taking more time to answer the question, than standard allocated time, that means you need to work on time management – Danger Zone. If the data points on your graph (pace) gets further and further away from the standard graph, in the Safe Zone, that means you are answering the questions too fast. Or if the data points on your graph (pace) gets further and further away from the standard graph, in the Danger Zone, that means you are answering the questions too slow – you might not be able to finish the test or will have to rush to complete the test. The ideal, pace is when your graph overlay the standard graph.

##### 2. Accuracy Analysis

**Definition [will be show in the header]:** The graph depicts the % accuracy of a subject/topic and compares them with respect to each other.

**Details:** The graph shows the subject/topic where you are stronger, % accuracy, compared to other subjects or topics in the practice test. You want to focus on subjects/topics which are towards the bottom of the bar graph while continue to do well in the subjects/topics at the top of the bar graph (areas of strengths).

##### 3. Speed Analysis

**Definition:** The graph depicts the average speed in which you are answering your question for a subject/topic and compares them with respect to each other.

**Details:** The graph shows the subjects/topics where you are taking longer to answer the question – higher average speed means you are taking longer to answer the question – area of improvement. You want to focus on subjects/topics which are towards the bottom of the bar graph while continue to do well in the subjects/topics at the top of the bar graph (areas of strengths).

##### 4. Practice Effort Distribution

**Definition:** The graph depicts the time spend by you on different subjects or topics since you started practicing on Perfectice – this is a cumulative graph.

**Details:** The graph shows the subject/topic where you are spending the time on Perfectice. This is based on the number of questions attempted by you in the respective subject/topic. The areas where the % is low, is where you want to pick the next practice test. Combine this graph with other, areas of strength and weakness (accuracy and speed) to devise your strategy to excel in the exam.

##### 5. Strength and Weakness Analysis [Accuracy]

**Definition:** The graph depicts the % accuracy of a subject/topic and compares them with respect to each other since you started practicing on Perfectice – this is a cumulative graph.

**Details:** The graph shows the subject/topic where you are stronger, % accuracy, compared to other subjects or topics in the practice test. You want to focus on subjects/topics which are towards the bottom of the bar graph while continue to do well in the subjects/topics at the top of the bar graph (areas of strengths). This combines the data from all the practice test you have taken on Perfectice.

##### 6. Accuracy Trend

**Definition:** The graph depicts accuracy trend of a subject/topic over a period of time. This is a cumulative graph i.e. the data shown here is from the beginning when you started practicing with Perfectice.

**Details:** The graph shows the comparison of your accuracy trend across all the subjects/topics you have practiced on Perfectice. If the trend is up i.e. going higher towards 100% accuracy, that means you are on right track – Safe Zone. If the accuracy trend is going down, that means you need to work harder on that subject/topic – Danger Zone. This graph also gives you the relative trend of subjects/topics i.e. which subject/topic you are trending in right and which needs more attention. This graph combined with other graphs in the My Dashboard section will help you plan your strategy.

##### 7. Strength and Weakness Analysis [Speed]

**Definition:** The graph depicts the average speed in which you are answering your question for a subject/topic and compares them with respect to each other. This graph takes into account all the test you have practiced on Perfectice since you started practicing – cumulative graph.

**Details:** The graph shows the subjects/topics where you are taking longer or shorter to answer the question – higher average speed means you are taking longer – area of improvement. You want to focus (practice more) on subjects/topics which are towards the bottom of the bar graph while continue to do well in the subjects/topics at the top of the bar graph (areas of strengths).

##### 8. Speed Trend

**Definition:** The graph depicts speed trend – average speed in which you are answering the question – of a subject/topic over a period of time. This is a cumulative graph i.e. the data shown here is from the beginning when you started practicing with Perfectice.

**Details:** The graph shows the comparison of your speed trend across all the subjects/topics you have practiced on Perfectice. If the trend is up i.e. going higher, that means you are need to work on your time management skills – Danger Zone. If the accuracy trend is going down, that you are improving and continue to do what you are doing – practice more. This graph also gives you the relative trend of subjects/topics i.e. which subject/topic you are trending in right and which needs more attention. This graph combined with other graphs in the My Dashboard section will help you plan your strategy to excel in the exam.