Checking your student data

Checking your student data

After completing your teaching data import, you have completed your Year Group setup. On the Cohorts or Students screen you will see the updated Year Group summary bar, showing headline figures for your Year Group.


The year group summary bar shows the number of subjects.


MEGs are automatically produced when we have subject data for your students. 

You can also export your student data, any personalised targets and the Alps generated MEGs from this screen. This is particularly helpful if you prefer to export and check your data within Excel.

You are now ready to add examination results or a monitoring point for these students.

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