When grading Advanced Assessments, you can do the following:

  • Assign scores to individual questions that need to be manually graded
  • Adjust scores to individual questions that are auto-scored
  • Adjust the total score
  • Assign a status
  • Leave a comment

To Access the Assessment:

  • Step 1: Navigate to your Assigned Assessments in your Assessments module
  • Step 2: Choose the correct class from the Classes dropdown menu
  • Step 3: Click on the Assessment

To Grade the Assessment

  • Step 1: Hover over a student and click Grade (or Regrade if the assessment has already been graded)
  • Step 2: Scroll through the assessment to adjust grades as necessary.

For Auto-Scored questions:

Questions that were set to auto-score will already have grades. You can manually change the score of any auto-scored questions by clicking in the box with the score. See the image below:

The question above was set to score as an "Exact Match" - meaning that the student will only earn the points only if they choose all correct answers. The score of 0 can be manually changed to, for example, a 0.5, since the student did choose two of the three correct answers. This grading process is based on teacher preference. To learn more about scoring methods, such as Exact Match, click here.

For Manually Scored Questions:

Each question that needs manual scoring will have a 0 as the default score. You can click into that box and change the score as you wish. Note that there won't be any colored indicators with manually-scored questions like there are with auto-scored quesitons.

To Adjust the Overall Score:

  • Step 1: Navigate to the top of the assessment
  • Step 2: Click inside the box labeled Adjustments
  • Step 3: Click the up or down arrows to add or take away points, OR type in the adjustment you'd like. See the clip below

To Set a Status:

  • Step 1: Navigate to the top of the assessment.
  • Step 2: Select a status from the "Select Status" drop down menu.

To Leave a Comment

  • Step 1: Navigate to the top of the assessment.
  • Step 2: Click the comment bubble to leave a comment

Tutorial: How To Grade an Advanced Assessment


If you'd like to view the Analytics from a graded assessment, click below

If you need to edit the settings of an assigned assessment, such as the due date, availability windows, multiple attempts, and other settings, click below

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