Resetting Your Password
If you have forgotten your password or are otherwise unable to log in, first go to the Gradescope website. Click the Log In button (top right corner). When the login dialog box appears, click Forgot…
Gradescope allows you to grade paper-based exams, quizzes, bubble sheets, and homework. In addition, Gradescope enables you to grade programming assignments (graded automatically or manually) and let…
To begin grading, go to the Grade Submissions tab and click on the question that you would like to grade. There are three core components to the grading page. They are the student submission area, th…
Gradescope Mobile App
Gradescope Mobile App. The Gradescope mobile app allows students to submit to their assignments, and view their grades using their mobile device. The mobile app is currently only available for users…
Submitting an Assignment
This student guide shows you how to submit a PDF, a series of images, code files, and bubble sheets, and how to work on Online Assignments with and without the LockDown Browser exam security measures enabled.
How do I get started moving my assessments online?
To support remote assessment, we are providing free access to Gradescope Complete for instructors through all of 2020. Gradescope lets you administer, collect, and grade your assessments remotely.
All the tools and tips you need to manage your personal or institutional account.
Add students, manage assignments, and export grades.
Assess students in a variety of ways and get detailed insights into what your students know.
Guides, tips, and tricks for students.
Remote Assessment FAQs
Your guide to conducting remote assessments with Gradescope
Common questions that we get from instructors and students (and everyone in between) about using Gradescope.
Administrator, instructor, and student guidance for using Gradescope with Blackboard, Brightspace (D2L), Canvas, Moodle, and Sakai