How to manually grade the test

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This article explains the way a test manager can manually grade any test he manages.

After the student finishes the test-taking process, a report is available for a test manager to preview it.

To preview a test report, click on the “bell” icon, check the “Report is ready” notification, and click on the “Arrow” icon to preview the report.

Note: If any of the questions are marked to be graded manually in the test settings – “Manually grading option,” the test manager must grade the question manually. The test manager can grade any question manually, and that does not depend on the question type.

For example, in the photo below, we can see that the two questions are not graded, and the additional grading is needed.

To grade the question, click on the question number and then assign the points for this question to the candidate.

For example, if a test manager grades manually this “Fill in the blanks” question, he will assign the number of points a candidate achieved. In this case, that is not a maximal number of points for this question, as the answer is partly correct. To assign the number of points to the candidate, click the “Submit” button.

Note: If there are multiple questions to grade manually, follow the procedure showed above. It is important to remember that each question can be graded manually, even if the grading method is not set manually during the test creation process. Take a look at the image below on how to perform this action.

To grade any of the questions manually, even after all the questions are automatically graded, do the following:

  1. Click the “eye” icon to preview the question.
  2. Set the number of achieved points.
  3. Click the “Submit” button.

Note: The question type showed in the picture above is the “Single choice” question, but it can be any of the question types available.



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