How do I view the MasteryPaths range breakdown results for an assignment?
Once students complete a MasteryPaths assignment, you can view the breakdown of the mastery path ranges in the assignment. Each range includes a link that shows the number of students who scored in each range. You can view a specific student’s score for the MasteryPath assignment, view the student's submission, view the student's conditional content assignments, and send a message to the student.
Note: MasteryPaths is currently a course opt-in feature. To enable this feature, learn how to manage feature options in the course features lesson.
View Breakdown Ranges
In the sidebar, view the MasteryPaths Breakdown section.
The section displays each of the three ranges and the number of students who scored in each range. The colored bar shows the percentage of students in that range.
To view details for a range, click the link with the student results.
View Student Names
The breakdown window displays the names of students in your selected range. If you want to view student names in another range, click the range heading . The current range will collapse and the selected range will expand.
To view results for a specific student in a range, click the name of the student .
View Student Results
When viewing a specific student, you can see the details about that student. Below the student's name, you can click the Send Message link , which opens a new browser tab in Conversations.
You can view the student's MasteryPath assignment score  and the date of the submission . If you want to view the student's submission, click the View Submission link , which opens a new browser tab in the student's submission details page.
You can also view the conditional items in the MasteryPath that have been assigned to the student . Each item includes the points possible for the assignment.
View Conditional Item Results
If the items include graded assignments, WileyPLUS displays an icon indicating the student's score compared to the original assignment score. A green arrow  indicates a student scored higher, a red arrow  indicates a student scored lower, and a gray bar  indicates the score was equal.