The following advice assumes that you have students that are a part of different cohorts, who need to take the same assessment. In this case, there are a number of techniques that you can use to segment student data.

Organization Techniques

Separate Assessments

If you are looking at keeping student performance data separate from each other then you should consider using separate assessments for each cohort. You can simply duplicate an existing assessment. In this case, the assessment itself acts as the segmentation. 

You can then apply labels to the assessments, so that groups of assessments belong to the same label. 

This technique also has the advantage of allowing you to slightly alter an assessment to custom tailor it to the needs of each cohort.


If you want to keep your cohorts performance data combined within the stats view (active time, score, etc), then you can continue to use a single assessment. In this case, you can use labels when inviting students to the assessment to segment them into different groups. You can later filter students by both label and assessment to see their results within the students list.

Team Member Assignment

Similar to labels, you can also use team member assignments to segment students. This may be less explicit in terms of defining what the group is, but allows you too manage ownership and notifications. 

For best results, you can combine team member assignment with labels.

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