On your Analysis section, you can find the overview of your performance so far.
Under Performance totals, you can review your progress based on how you did when working on the Qbank. You can view these results by filtering according to your Latest Answer profile, Initial Answer Profile, or your Overall results. In the example below, 21% of the content for the set Study objective has been answered correctly, and the details of the questions answered can be also reviewed. A Custom Session can be initiated directly by clicking the button Create a Question Session.
By selecting the Initial - Latest answer profile options, you can compare how you did on your first and last try when repeating questions. This can help track your progress as your exam approaches.
The Peer group comparison, also found on your dashboard is showing your progress in comparison to other AMBOSS users. For example, if you are on the 60th percentile, it would show that you are performing higher than 60%, and lower than 40% of students using AMBOSS. The more questions you answer, the more information is fed to your percentile, making it increasingly accurate.
To look closer into your percentile, you can check the Learning Recommendations that can help you identify which areas you'd need to focus on after you've completed one or more question sessions. You can filter the analysis of these recommendations by Organ System, Learning Card or Discipline.
Here's how to interpret these graphs:
The width of the each bar is indicative of the statistical accuracy and is based on the amount of questions you have answered. By answering more questions, the band will become narrower and more accurate. In the example below, the Lung and airways bar is more accurate than that of Hips and groin:
The colour of the bands corresponds to the percent of correct answer you have given in each category. For example, if you've answered 85% of the questions correctly, the colour will be dark green. If you've answered 15% correctly, it will be dark red.
Here are all the the colour variation representations:
The position of the bar indicates the percentile. The center of the bar reflects the 50th percentile, and being on the 50th percentile means that 50% of students with the same study objective performed higher than you and 50% performed lower. Being on the 95th percentile means that 5% of the students with the same study objective performed higher and 95% lower than you. This is an example of an average performance close to the 50th percentile.