Below are options for instances where students accidentally submit an assessment or the teacher would like the student to re-access or reopen the assessment.
Simple and Advanced Assessments
Unsubmit: Unsubmitting a student's assessment will let the student access the assessment again with all of their previous work. Scores will be removed.
Manage Assignees (un-assign and re-assign): Managing assignees will allow you to un-assign and re-assign the assessment to a singular student. This will give them a fresh new copy and remove any previous attempt and data.
Navigate back to the draft version of the assessment and assign the same assessment to this one student again. This will lead them to having two copies of the assessment with data in two separate assessments. What this will allow is the student to access the new copy and fill out the questions they did not complete in the first copy. Once the student completes the remaining questions in the second copy, the teacher now has all the data but in two separate places.
The teacher can view the data from version 2 and manually input the scores for those questions in version 1 while grading. Once done, we recommend un-assigning version 2 from that student so the data is housed all in one place.
Multiple Attempts (retry the same assessment): Allowing multiple attempts on an assessment will enable the student to access the assessment again once graded by the teacher, but they will automatically be given a fresh new copy. All data from the first attempt will be removed.
Print and Complete: If a student needs to finish a handful of questions, but you do not want to edit any settings/assign new copies, you can always print out the assessment, have the student finish the assessment on paper, then manually input the scores for those questions while grading in Otus.
Multiple Attempts (retry the same assessment): Allowing multiple attempts for a Rubric Assessment will enable the student to access the assessment again once graded by the teacher, and they will still have access to their previous information, such as video uploads, Google Documents, image uploads, attached files, etc.