In addition to showing growth using proficiency colors, teachers use exams and follow-up exams to demonstrate student growth.

Consider this scenario: A student misses three problems on the original exam. Then, the student completes corrections and continues to practice the skills that were missed on the exam for a few days. On the follow-up, the student correctly answers three problems similar to the missed exam problems. This student has shown growth.

After students take an exam, teachers may enable corrections. Students correct mistakes and solve fresh problems similar to exam problems.

After students complete the follow-up exam, view the results of an exam along with the follow-up exam.

The scores shown below indicate that each of the students has improved their skills.

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