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Learner- Accessing Gradebook

This article will guide you on:

Viewing scores of a classroom

1. Click the Gradebook of the classroom whose gradebook you wish to view.

Viewing scores of a classroom

2. You will be taken to your gradebook for that classroom, where you can view your scores for all assessments (the scores that have been published). You can also view your Final Score and Final Grade once the instructor publishes them.

3. If you score greater than the average final score of the classroom, then your Final Score and Grade will have a green background.

If you score lower than the average final score of the classroom, then your Final Score and Grade will have a red background.

4.  You can see two graphs, the Scores & Averages and the Percentile graph.

The Scores & Averages graph shows your percentage scores across different assessments. It's a good way for you to compare your performance in different assessments. You can also compare yourself to the average, which is marked as a black line. Assessments for which you have not made any submissions will not appear in the graph.

5. The Percentile graph shows the learner's percentiles across different assessments. Assessments for which the learner has not made any submission or for which scores are not available will not appear in the graph.

Please read this article on "What is a Percentile?" for more information.

6. The first column represents your actual score in each assessment.

7. The second column represents your Weighted score for weighted assessments.

8. You can also see the date and time of the latest submission you made to each assessment. If you submitted before the deadline, then the submission date and time will have grey background.

9. If you made a late submission, then the submission date and time will have a yellow background.

10. If you have made a submission but it has not been graded yet or the scores have not been published, then a meh smiley appears. To reflect your state of mind!

11.  If you did not make any submission for the assessment, then score cells is blank.

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