The Score Summary feature allows students to review their answers immediately after submitting an online test or within the Score Summary dates set by the test author.
Submit to Score
Students will review and submit their answers when completing an online assessment. After students click Submit to Score, they must confirm submission one more time.
My Test Scores
Students can access their Score Summary from the My Test Scores tab within the Student Testing Portal. Along with the name of the assessment, students will see the subject, test instructor, raw score, percent score, and the date they took the assessment.
Assessments that require manual grading will have a dash (-) in the score columns until the test author completes the grading process.
An assessment will be available to students under these conditions:
- The test author has enabled the Score Summary option.
- The Score Summary window is active when the student accesses the page.
Test authors set a Score Summary Window within the Online tab. Toggling on the option Enable students to view submitted responses allows the test author to set a start and end date for the Score Summary window. The Score Summary window can only be set within the current instructional calendar year.
After submitting the assessment, students will see which questions are correct or incorrect and which ones they have received partial credit for. Getting a question partially correct does not count towards the overall number of questions answered correctly on the Score Summary.
In addition, there are two other categories: Teacher Graded and Ungraded. When a student answers an open-ended question, it will automatically be associated with the Ungraded category until the teacher grades the question. Once graded, the question will move to the Teacher Graded category.
After selecting an assessment, students can now review their scores per question. For instance, they can click on an Incorrect icon to view the question and their answer choices. Their choices will display neutrally and won’t indicate whether they are correct or incorrect.
Students can also see a question’s scoring method in English as well as in Spanish if they have the Spanish Interface enabled. These methods include Rubric (for teacher graded/constructed response questions), Point per Task, Partial Credit, Dependency, and Correct/Incorrect (Standard). Each question will display a raw score for the student to view, appearing as how many points they earned out of the total points possible.
Students can navigate the pop-out question guide to review their answer choices. If the pop-out window closes, students can select Question Guide to reopen the pop-out window and locate a specific question.
If Question Randomization is enabled, the subsequent question ordering will no longer be random but instead match the order of the original test.
Reopen an Assessment
If the teacher is allowing students to review prior teaching resources and retry the problem, the teacher can reopen the assessment for one student at a time.
To do this, navigate to the Tests Available menu, then choose the Online Test Proctoring tab. After selecting a class, select Reopen next to the student’s name. After doing so, the student’s answers will populate and they can adjust their answers.
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