If you are issuing assessments to your students, you will need to be able to access the results in order to collect the scores. This article will explain how to do so.

Viewing Class Assessment Results

Click on the class you wish to view.

Click on the Assessments tab. Then, click on the assessment.

You will land on the Assessment Summary page which includes the results for that assessment and a variety of options. First, you'll see the status and score for each student. You'll see how long the student took to complete their quiz under the Completed in column. The dropdown to the right of a student's name allows you to view, reissue, or delete their quiz. If you need to reissue or delete in bulk, use the checkboxes to the left of your students' names and click the Bulk Actions dropdown. 

To the right of this chart, you'll see an overview of the assessment:

  1. A bar to help you see at a glance how much of your class has completed the quiz. 
  2. Details about the quiz. 
  3. The option to view scores as a percentage instead of total points.
  4. The option to delete the assessment.

Viewing a Student's Quiz

From the Assessment Summary page, click the drop-down menu to the right of the student, and click View.

At the top, you'll see how many words were on the assessment, the student's score, and how long it took them to complete the quiz. Below, you'll see the graded assessment in its entirety, including the responses the student selected. Correct answers are marked in green and incorrect answers in red. On incorrect questions, you'll see the response that was chosen versus the correct response. 

Notice that the Word Info Box is automatically checked for you at the top. This means you'll see the student's interactions with each word prior to the assessment beneath each question. 

Viewing Assessment History

From the Assessments tab, click Assessment History to view all assessments ever given to the class. 

You will see a gradebook view of all the assessments that have been administered to the class and the students' assessment average. Click on any score to be taken to that particular assessment.