What can I do with my audits?- Matron…


Firstly, you need to make sure you have completed your totals and frequencies.

You also need to find out your overall %’s for each audit.

To do this, divide the total that you gave, by the maximum possible for the audit, and times the result by hundred.

For example,

The total was 15. The maximum score possible on the audit was 50.

15/50*100= 30 %

Obviously, the higher the audit % the better!

What can I do with my audits then?

Several things…

For each audit you could bar graph the frequencies, which would look like this…


Of course, you can then tidy this up and paste into a Word document.

You could also bar graph the results of each audit according to the category, this person has actually stuck their graphs on to their map.


It would be really useful to bar graph the overall %’s for each audit, this will allow you to compare them with ease.


Remember, the higher the %, the better the feature you have investigated.

Make sure all your graphs have labelled axes and titles.

Also try to make sure graphs are the same scale, this makes them easier to compare.

Mapping the location of where you took your audits is also useful. 🙂

If you need help on Excel, let me know.

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