Each question in the Qbank has a difficulty level set, which is automatically defined by how many students have chosen the correct answer. For example, if a question was answered correctly by 20% of the students, it will be marked as Very Difficult, and if this percentage was 80%, the difficulty level would have been Very Easy.
You can view the difficulty level of a question either when working with the Guidance mode activated, or while reviewing your question sessions. We have depicted difficulty levels with a hammer icon. One hammer represents a very easy question, and five hammers a very difficult one.
Because the difficulty is defined by you and your peers, when reviewing questions the difficulty is an indicator on how peers with the same Study objective are doing. This is also what our physicians are looking into when reviewing our content.
If you'd like to create a question session with certain difficulty levels, you can use that filter in our Custom Session creation: