Assessments: How do I review quiz feedback, scores, and comments sent from my instructor?
Assessments: Viewing Quiz Scores / Feedback
You may get some feedback immediately after submitting your quiz, if there are auto-graded questions and if the instructor chooses to show feedback, correct answers, etc. For auto-graded questions, instructors assign a set number of points to each question when the Assessment is created.
Paragraph (essay) questions are not auto-graded, meaning that Instructors must grade these questions manually. After an Assessment is submitted, the Instructor reviews these questions and manually enters a score. If an Assessment contains these question types, the total grade for the Assessment is not immediately available after the Assessment is submitted.
Feedback may or may not include any of the following:
Final score only.
Your answers, whether they are correct, and the final score.
Your answers, the correct answers, and the final score.
Your answers, the correct answers, feedback for the questions, and the final score.
To check the status of your quiz scores:
NOTE: The placement of this tool in the course depends on the Instructor, and may vary from course to course. The steps below use the left-hand Course Menu as the starting point.
Step 1: On the Course Menu, expand Course Tools.
Step 2: Select Assessments.
Step 3: Click on the View All Submissions button.
Step 4: Navigate to the desired quiz.
Step 5: Under the quiz, look for the Attempt # link, or links if you took this quiz multiple times.
If the score is released, the Attempt number will be hyperlinked. Click the Attempt # link to view your feedback.
If the score is not released, the Attempt number will NOT be hyperlinked.
TIP: If the instructor has released the scores, you can also view the overall score for a quiz in the My Grades tool.
If you have any further questions, please contact us for support. Thank you.
- WebCampus Support
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