Assignment Workflow

Assignment Types

Gradescope allows you to grade paper-based exams, quizzes, and homework. In addition, Gradescope enables you to grade programming assignments (graded automatically or manually) and lets you create on…

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Programming Assignments

Programming assignments are available with institutional site licenses and for individual courses subscribed to Gradescope Complete. If you have any questions about getting access in your course, or…

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Bubble Sheet Assignments

Bubble sheet assignments allow you to pre-define the correct answers for questions on multiple choice assignments. If you distribute and have students mark their answers on the Gradescope 200-questio…

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Online Assignments (Beta)

Currently in beta, online assignments let you create questions directly on Gradescope. Students will be able to log in and submit responses within the Gradescope interface. For some types of question…

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Creating an Outline

Creating the Assignment Outline is the first step in the assignment creation workflow. To get started, you will need to upload a blank version of your assignment to Gradescope when you’re creating yo…

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Managing Scans

Manage Scans is only part of the workflow for instructor-submitted assignments. For student-submitted assignments, this page will not appear in the assignment workflow. Uploading Scans & Creating Sub…

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Managing Submissions

For instructor-submitted assignments, as soon as submissions are created on the Manage Scans page, we will automatically attempt to match each submission to a student in your roster, using the Name a…

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AI-Assisted Grading and Answer Groups

For fixed-template assignments, there are two features you can use help grade multiple students' work at once: Answer Groups (for all question types): the ability to form and grade answer groups, ins…

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Formatting Guide for AI-Assisted Grading

AI-assisted Grading lets you grade fixed-template assignments even faster by grading groups of similar answers at once. You will review suggested groups - or form your own - using our grouping interf…

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Grading Submissions

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…

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Reviewing Grades

Once you are finished grading submissions, the Review Grades page gives you an overview of what was graded and allows you to publish grades, email students, and export evaluations & grades. At the to…

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Exporting Assignment Grades

Exporting grades to your computer. From the Review Grades page, all data can be downloaded from Gradescope in CSV and Excel formats.. Gradescope offers three types of downloads: Download Grades is a…

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Managing Regrade Requests

Regrade requests allow students to submit short statements about why they think their work should be given another look. Regrade requests are enabled by default for all published assignments. To disa…

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Assignment and Question Statistics

Assignment Statistics. The Statistics page allows instructors to gain further insights into what their students have learned. Only students with uploaded submissions will be counted towards the assig…

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Code Similarity

Generating a Code Similarity report. Code Similarity is available with institutional site licenses and for individual courses subscribed to Gradescope Complete. Code Similarity is a tool to help dete…

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Writing Formulas and Equations (LaTeX)

LaTeX can be used for math symbols in rubric items, comments, text annotations, answer group names, online assignment questions and responses, and regrade requests and responses. We do not support th…

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Formatting Text (Markdown)

You can use Markdown syntax in an Online Assignment (Beta) on Gradescope to apply text styling, creating lists, using code blocks, and more. Style Syntax Heading. # Heading 1 ## Heading 2 ### Heading…

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