To Preview an Assessment:

  • While in the Assessments module, locate the assessment in your drafts.
  • Select the ellipsis to the right of the assessment.
  • Choose Preview.

See below for what a Preview of each type of assessment will look like:

  • Simple Assessment
  • Rubric Assessment
  • Advanced Assessment
  • Advanced Assessment Item Preview

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Simple Assessment Preview

  • After selecting Preview, you will be taken directly to the first question on the assessment.
  • This will be the exact view the students will have.
  • You can input answers, but nothing will be saved or submitted

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Rubric Assessment Preview

  • After clicking Preview, you will be taken directly to the Rubric Assessment.
  • This is not exactly what the students will see, but it gives you an idea of what the rubric will look like.
  • To see what rubric assessments look like for students, check out this article.
  • Did you add an attachment (such as a Google Doc) to your rubric? If so, that attachment is not shown on the preview. Don't worry, though, it will be there for the students! If it was a Google Doc, it will appear to the right of the rubric. If it was a regular attachment, it will appear in the upper-left corner the assessment. If you want to see what this looks like for students, check out this article.

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Advanced Assessment Preview

  • Select Start
  • The view you see will be the exact view the students will have. *note - the Text Help Toolbar shows by default, but it will not appear on the student's side unless activated when the assessment is assigned
  • You can input answers, but nothing will be saved or submitted

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Advanced Assessment Item Preview

While editing an Advanced Assessment, you can also Preview each question as you build. The advantage here is that you can also verify scoring.

  • While editing any question, select Preview.
  • The score bubble will turn green if you've entered the correct answer(s).

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