Personal Study Plan Tutorial Page

The Personal Study Plan Tutorial page displays tutorial materials for a specific section of the Personal Study Plan.

Note: From a Personal Study Plan chapter or practice quiz, or from the Personal Study Plan Overview page, you can click Tutorial to view the Personal Study Plan Tutorial page.

You can access the Personal Study Plan Tutorial page only when a Personal Study Plan is set up for your class.

Personal Study Plan Tutorial page
Item Description
Textbook name Displays the name of the textbook for the Personal Study Plan.
Chapter name Identifies the chapter for which you are viewing tutorials.
Section name Identifies the section for which you are viewing tutorials.
Chapter Quiz Opens a Personal Study Plan chapter quiz.
Practice Quiz Opens a Personal Study Plan practice quiz.
Progress bar with score Your scores for chapter and practice quizzes are shown in progress bars that indicate your performance in relation to the mastery levels set by your instructor.
  • Green indicates that the score equals or exceeds the mastery level.
  • Yellow indicates that the score is at least 75% of the mastery level.
  • Red indicates that the score is less than 75% of the mastery level.
Note: Only your most recent scores are shown. If you took a chapter quiz more recently than a practice quiz in that chapter, the practice quiz score reflects your score for questions on the chapter quiz that relate to that section.
Suggestions Lists tutorial materials that relate to questions you missed on either the chapter or practice quiz. See Kinds of Tutorial Materials.
Helpful Shows the number of students who rated a tutorial as helpful.
Not helpful Shows the number of students who rated a tutorial as not helpful.
Rate This Opens the feedback window for you to rate a tutorial as helpful or not.
Additional Resources Lists other tutorial materials that are available for the section. See Kinds of Tutorial Materials.
Overview Opens the Personal Study Plan Overview page.

Kinds of Tutorial Materials

Tutorial materials might include videos, interactive examples, or reading material, depending on your textbook. After you have taken a chapter or practice quiz, the tutorial materials that relate to questions you missed for the section are listed as suggestions.

Note: Adobe® Flash® Player, version 10 or later is required. See Required Browser Plug-Ins.

Some common kinds of tutorial materials are listed below.

Icon

Description

flash paper Flash paper (typically for reading text)
video Video
audio Audio recording
flash Interactive tutorial (might not be in Flash)
PDF PDF