Types of report
Lucid Recall is able to create two types of reports for each student, both of which are in pdf format and which be viewed on-screen or printed out.
The Single Assessment Report occupies a single A4 page and presents all the results for a given student on a single given assessment (for example, see Figure 5). A box is provided at the bottom of the page in which the Assessor can add comments (the box will accept about 150 words depending on font size). All results are shown in tabular format, with standard scores also being shown in graphical format as a bar chart. To aid speedy identification of areas of difficulty, the bars on the chart are coloured blue if the standard score is 85 or above (i.e. within the normal range or better), and pink if below 85 (i.e. below the normal range, indicating that the result is a matter of concern).
The Historical Assessment Report comprises three A4 pages and presents all the results for a given student obtained on a maximum of the last four assessments. This aids comparison of results over time and facilitates evaluation of progress and the impact of interventions. All results are shown in tabular format with standard scores also being shown in graphical format as a bar chart on the first page. An example of the first and second pages of an historical report is shown in Figure 6 and Figure 7. Bars on the graphical chart are colour-coded to facilitate discrimination of results, these colours being replicated in the table below which gives assessment dates and comparative results. Scores below standard score 85 are hatched. Tables of normative results for each assessment session are provided on page 2, and the comments made by assessors on each occasion are given on page 3.