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Students: Viewing Your Assigned Assessments
Students: Viewing Your Assigned Assessments

Students: This article shows you how to see your assigned assessments and how to use the assigned assessments page.

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Written by Monica Burke
Updated over a week ago

The assigned assessments page shows a lot of details about the assessments your teachers have sent to you. We explain it all here.

On your assessments page, there is a:

➡️ Classes Dropdown and Search Bar

  • If you are trying to find an assessment that was assigned in a specific class, you can choose that class from the dropdown menu.

  • If you are trying to find an assessment based on the name of the assessment, you can use the search bar to type the name.

➡️ Title

  • Bold Title: This means you have not started this assessment yet.

  • Light Gray Title: This means the assessment isn't open yet. If you hover the assessment, it will tell you when it will be available.

➡️ Type

  • This is the type of assessment. It could be a test, assignment, homework, journal, lab, observation, paper, presentation, project, quiz, test, or worksheet.

➡️ Due Date

  • This is the day and time the assessment is due.

  • If you see a - , that means there is not a due date.

  • If you do not submit the assessment by the due date, it will be automatically marked as missing.

➡️ Points

  • This is the number of points the assessment is worth.

  • If the assessment has been graded, you will be able to see how many points you earned.

  • If this space is blank, the assessment didn't have any points on it. That means your teacher is grading that assessment based on standards instead of points.

➡️ Status

There are 4 statuses:

You have not opened the assessment yet.

You have opened the assessment but have not submitted it yet.

You have submitted the assessment, but the teacher has not graded it yet.

The assessment has been graded.

You may also see one of these next to a status:

  • These statuses mean that your assessment has been marked missing or late. Remember, assessments that haven't been submitted by the due date will automatically be marked missing.

Otus Live

Below is a video from our Otus Live video series on how a student can view and begin their assigned assessments.

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