Introducing a New Feature: Report Card

Report Card Feature

We have added a new feature that we think everyone will enjoy: the report card. Since we have first released our online/web version of CCS Cases, we have had about 400,000 unique case attempts (meaning the first time a user has attempted a case - we do not keep track of repeat case attempts as we feel this information is less valuable). Just to be clear, this data is anonymous. We delete everyone's case data 2 months after their subscription expires. We have received many concerned users asking how they are doing compared to their peers. We have compiled a list of data points that will help those compare how they are doing in their CCS preparation.

The first chart shows each first case attempt and compares this to the average user's first case attempt. You can select and deselect different case categories (Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, OB/GY, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Emergency Medicine). You can scroll through all of your completed cases.

The next graph is a list of your worse cases and list of your best cases. It also shows you which case category that you are struggling with the most.

The next graph is a comparison of your First Attempt for a case and your best attempt for a case.

The next graph is your case averages for a specific category (Peds, Neurology, Emergency Medicine, OB/GYN, Psychiatry, Internal Medicine).

We then has a calculator to suggest how many cases you should study a day before your test day. You enter your Exam date. It may already be filled in which is just your subscription end date. You can change it to give more accurate results.

The last chart is a graph of your daily case averages over time, and your improvement per attempt and per day.

We hope that these data points and charts will be helpful for our students. It took a lot of work to compile them together and present them in a meaningful way.

Thanks for reading. Enjoy!

You can also view our video here going through this report card feature.