excel survey calcustion, pre and post session.

Iain McBride

New Member
A colleague has asked to see if there a way of creating a formula to calculate the progression that a group of young people have made through a survey folllowing a short course.
The table below shows 9 young people and where they gauged their level of understanding before and after the session (1 being not at all and 4 completely understand)

1234
prepostprepostprepostprepostprogression
111
211
311
411
511
611
711
811
911

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</tbody>

Is there a formula that will calculate the difference that each student has made (ie post-pre = progression)?

Thanks
Iain
 

Peter_SSs

MrExcel MVP, Moderator
Always a good idea to provide the expected results and an explanation of how you would get them manually. As it is, we are left to guess both. This is my guess.

Excel Workbook
ABCDEFGHIJ
11234
2prepostprepostprepostprepostprogression
3111
42111
53111
64112
75111
8611-1
97112
10811-1
119111
Progress
 

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