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What Is the Spanish Comprehension Sub-Test Analysis Report?
 
The Comprehension Sub-Test Analysis Report allows teachers to analyze how much time students spent reading and answering questions in the seventh sub-test of DORA Spanish, which assesses comprehension strategies in reading.
This report is accessible via the <Reporting> tab, "Teacher," then under Summaries, "Dora Comprehension Sub-Test Analysis."
A practical use of this tool is to further validate a student's high or low score in the Comprehension sub-test.
If a score is low and you see that the average number of seconds spent answering questions is low, such as 5 or 6 seconds per question, this might suggest that the student simply clicked on answer choices without trying.
If a student's score was high, the teacher can see how many passages the student read and what score he or she received on each.

See screen shot below for example report.

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