Hi friends! I am back with another blog about Qkids, specifically for ratings. I’ve seen many teachers posting about their ratings, and others who don’t quite know where to go/look to find theirs. There are many posts in Facebook groups with instructions on how to find the ratings on both MAC and PC computers/laptops. For this particular entry, I will be going over PC instructions, sorry MAC users. 😦 I just saw a youtube video for MAC users though, and here is the link: https://youtu.be/5ZthNbluEek
I’ve seen many teachers post that you should aim for a 4.75 rating or higher, but I feel like if your rating is less than or equal to 4.75, I don’t think it is a true representation of how good you are. Ratings fluctuate all the time. If you do your best and you feel good at the end of each class, then I think you’re good.
Having said that, it’s nice to be able to find the rating and check it out once in a while. I know it’s hard not to look constantly (ME… for a couple of weeks) because we all do a good job and we do our best and we want to see results, but sometimes parents/students may not think so and rate you lower than you expect. What you see may sting and you may be disappointed. My advice would be to take the ratings with a grain of salt. I feel like if you know that you did an amazing job, then YOU DID! 🙂 If you do happen to look at your rating, and it isn’t where you want it to be, just use it as motivation to improve and always think positive. The ratings are subjective, and you can’t please everyone.
So, to find your rating on a PC…follow these directions:
1. Go to “My Computer.”
2. Click on “This PC” on the left side of the screen.
3. Type in “jiuqu.shell” in the search bar located on the top right.
4. It may take a while for your computer to find the file, but once found, click on that folder. Choose folder that starts with “C:\Users….“
5. When you open the jiuqu.shell folder, you will see multiple folders and a paper looking icon that says “userdata”
6.Double click on “userdata.” You should get a pop up of programs you would like to open the file with. You can either choose Notepad or Word.
7. Once you click what program you want the file to be opened in, you will see a document with a whole bunch of words, letters and numbers. What you want to look for is “avgRating.” Once you find that, the number following that word is your rating.
There you have it…how to check your rating on a PC for Qkids. If these instructions are inaccurate, please provide corrections below in the comments. Thank you!!
Hope this helped. Thanks for reading! 🙂 Also, if there is anything else you’d like me to write about, comment below. (I do not own the photo displayed as the feature image.)