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Manage classes and groups of students

Kwiziq's Studygroups allow you to organise and teach groups of students with full Kwiziq A.I. support. You can manage groups of students in any way that you like, whether they're in the same physical class or simply a group of independent students that you teach.

A Studygroup lets you see how your students are progressing in one place. You can view stats for the whole group and for individuals, track progress, identify strengths and weaknesses, and gather invaluable information to help you plan lessons based on exactly what your students need the most help with. Your students' progress is all tracked and marked by Kwiziq, so you can save time and focus on what you love doing!

Studygroups are perfect for schools, teachers and tutors, but you don't have to be a teacher to coordinate a Studygroup. They're great for social study too, so even if you have a different teacher to your friends, or no teacher at all, it can be fun and motivating to get a group together.

Becoming a Studygroup coordinator is on request, so if you would like to try it, ask to become a Studygroup Coordinator.

About Studygroups

  1. Studygroup dashboard
  2. View a Studygroup
  3. Types of Studygroups
  4. Invite students
  5. Student progress and study time
  6. Brainmaps
  7. Setting homework

Studygroup Dashboard

Once you have joined a Studygroup or been set up as a Studygroup coordinator, you'll be able to navigate to the group dashboard. Here you can see and manage all of the groups that you belong to or coordinate. If you're a coordinator, you can also create new Studygroups here.

The Studygroup Dashboard lets you see and manage all the StudyGroups you coordinate and belong to

View a Studygroup

The group view shows aggregate statistics for students in the group as well as individual progress. This is also where you can invite students to join a group. There's no limit to a group's size but it may be practical for you to use small groups. A group can be any set of students, and a student can be a member of more than one group. Studygroups are just arbitrary sets of students.

The Studygroup view shows all the students and their progress on one page

Types of Studygroups

You can choose between two different Studygroup formats, depending on the type of group you're working with. (Click "edit group details" to access this option.)

1:1 tutoring is ideal for teachers and tutors who are working with students that should not see one another's details.

Class is for Studygroups made of up students working together, such as a group of friends who want to be able to see basic details about their study partners.

Invite Students to a Studygroup

You can invite students to join a Studygroup by email. If they're not already a registered Kwiziq user, they'll be invited to register first. If they are already registered, they'll be able to join your Studygroup with a simple click. You can see who has accepted and manage pending invitations.

Invite students

View a Student


To see how an individual student is progressing, click "report." You'll be able to see their achivements and overall timeline and drill into their level reports and Brainmap to their strengths and weaknesses. Their current Studyplan is also shown along with details of their tests, including their test results, so you can even see down to the finest detail of which answers they've been getting right and wrong.

Student report


You can also access timesheets showing how much time they've spent on the system each day - learn more.



You can view each student's individual Brainmap as well as one for the group as a whole - learn more.

Setting Homework

You can assign homework to your students by creating Studylists in the form of Notebooks. With a Premium account, you can create separate Notebooks for each class, topic, date, lesson, or any other theme you choose - learn more.


If you have ideas for features that you'd like to see here, or in any aspect of the system, please let us know.


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