When you assign an assessment, you can choose to "Allow Post Grading Review". Enabling this setting allows students to review their assessment after it has been graded.

💡 Tip from the Otus Team: This setting can be enabled and disabled at any point, including after the assessment has been assigned.

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How to Use "Allow Post Grading Review"

This setting can be enabled or disabled while assigning an assessment, or on an assessment that has already been assigned.

➡️ When assigning an assessment:

  • Step 1: While on the assign settings page, scroll to the bottom to view the Allow Post Grading Review setting.

  • Step 2: This option is turned ON by default. This means that the students will be able to review their assessment once it has been graded.

    • Do disable this setting, uncheck this box.

➡️ On an assessment that has already been assigned:

  • Step 1: From your assigned assessments page, select the ellipsis next to the assessment and choose Edit.

  • Step 2: Scroll to the bottom to view the Allow Post Grading Review setting.

  • Step 3: Check or uncheck this box as needed.

    • A checked box means this setting is enabled, and the students will be able to review their assessment once it has been graded.

    • An empty checkbox means this setting is disabled, and the students will not be able to review their assessment once it has been graded.


Student Actions

➡️ Student View

While students are on their assessments list, they will be able to see their assessment by selecting it from the list.

Based on the assessment settings for "Allow Post Grading Review" and "Allow Multiple Attempts", students will be presented with one of the following prompts.

  • Allow Post Grading Review: ✅ ON

  • Allow Multiple Attempts: ✅ ON

  • Allow Post Grading Review: ✅ ON

  • Allow Multiple Attempts: 🚫 OFF

  • Allow Post Grading Review: 🚫 OFF

  • Allow Multiple Attempts: ✅ ON

  • Allow Post Grading Review: 🚫 OFF

  • Allow Multiple Attempts: 🚫 OFF

❗ The above only apply to assessments that have been graded. If the assessment has not been graded, the student will be presented with this prompt:

When reviewing their assessment, it will look different based on the type of assessment. See below for details:

➡️ Simple Assessment

➡️ Advanced Assessment

➡️ Rubric Assessment


FAQs

  • Can I have allow for review if students have already finished the assessment? Yes! You can edit assignment details at any time to allow the review.

  • Can students change any of their answers when they're reviewing their assessment? No. Post-grading review gives them access to a read-only version of their completed assessment.

  • Can I allow students to see their own responses but not show them the answer key? No. There is no setting to exclude the answer key.


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