The "More Stats" page provides a wealth of statistics to provide students with a detailed analysis of their performance.

To access the "More Stats" page, click on "more stats" in the dashboard container titled "Weakest Areas."

**Statistics Shown Include**

- Score Estimate Line Chart
- Recent Practice Bar Chart
- Pacing Donuts
- Statistics by Topic and Sub-Topic
- Estimated Test-Day Score (based off of last 100 scored questions)
- Improvement from Baseline Score (all time)
- Baseline Score (based off of first 25 scored questions per topic)
- Number of Questions Worked (all time)
- Average Time Spent per Question (last 25 questions)
- Percent Accuracy (all time)
- Average Difficulty of Questions Worked (all time)
- Date of Last Practice (all time)

**In particular, students should pay close attention to:**

**Score Estimate**- The score Piqosity thinks the student will earn on the actual test.**Pacing**- The percentage of questions Piqosity thinks the student will be able to complete.**Improvement from Baseline**- How much the student has improved.

**Score ****Estimate **is the student's predicted test-day score and is based off of the last 100 questions the student worked, and this line chart is shown for the last 30 days only.

**Recent Practice** is a bar chart that shows the number of questions a student answered correctly, incorrectly, or skipped for practice sets completed within the last 30 days.

**Pacing** shows donuts as an average across all test topics and for each topic individually. The statistics are based off of the last 25 questions a student worked in each topic.

- A percentage of less than 100% means that at a student's current pace, they will not complete a section. For example, if a student has 10 minutes to complete 10 questions (60 seconds per question) but actually spends 90 seconds per question, then the donut will show "50%," meaning that the student will likely only complete 50% of a section at their current pace.
- A percentage of more than 100% means that the student is completing a section with time to spare. Students want to have enough time to complete a section, but they should not be working so fast as to make sloppy mistakes.

**Baseline Score** is the student's starting point on Piqosity. It's automatically calculated from the student's first 25-scored questions in each topic.

**Improvement from Baseline Score** is the difference between the Estimated Test-Day Score and the Baseline Score. It's a measurement of, hopefully, how much a student has progressed while studying with Piqosity. You want this number to be positive!