After your students have been allocated a schedule by the AutoScheduler there is a great deal of data that should be checked. Post-Scheduling Analysis summarizes this data to guide you to problems that might need fixing.
Post-Scheduling analysis gives tallies of thirteen factors. By clicking on the factor you can examine the details and decide remedies.
|Invalid Schedules||He has a course which is not offered. Might be difficult to fix. Possibly delete this student and register again.|
|3||Conflicting Schedules||A human error in changing a student schedule, or possibly the master schedule. Must be fixed.|
|4||Incomplete Compulsory||Must be fixed|
|5||Incomplete Optional||Lower priority. Change the student’s request.|
|6||Complete – Light Load||Examine each student there might be errors|
|7||Complete – Overload||Low priority|
|9||Classes without Teachers||Rearrange teachers|
|10||Classes without Rooms||Rearrange rooms|
|11||Overloaded Classes||Might be acceptable. Or add section.|
|12||Teachers with Conflicts||Rearrange teachers|
|13||Rooms with Conflicts||Rearrange rooms|