I don’t mean to sound disparaging but the course report will not give you the answers your looking for – only you can do this via effective self-evaluation. Yes it will give generalised information on areas of the exam pupils, in general, struggled with and require better preparation with however that’s for the entire cohort across Scotland that sat the exam. Do you have colleagues in the Local Authority that are saying the same thing? Do you have an opportunity to meet with them and discuss what you can all do to improve the results for next year? Did a school you know of do particularly well? If so get over to them and farm as much information from them as possible – what’s their recipe for success? I hope this comes across as supportive as that is how I am meaning it.