To mark work submitted to a Gradescope assignment click on the relevant assignment in the Assessment area of your course. This will take you to the grading dashboard for the selected assignment.
Click on the Question number to mark submissions for that question.
You can also
- go into the Gradescope course, then to ‘Assignments’ and browse to the required assignment
- go via the Grade Centre or Needs Marking – this will take you to the grading dashboard for the selected assignment, rather than to an individual student’s submission.
Marking student papers
By default Gradescope supports horizontal marking by question i.e. you mark all responses to question 1 before starting to grade question 2.
You will have access to a number of marking tools, such as the ability to annotate with comments, mark-up or shapes.
You will also be able to construct a marking rubric to add or remove points during marking.
See the Gradescope guide Grading Submissions, for a more detailed look into the various components of marking submissions.
You can include LaTeX and some formatting in comments and rubric descriptions – see the Gradescope articles
The marking rubric
You should design your rubric for the exam before marking papers. Keep in mind that this is a negative or positive scoring rubric, depending on your preference, to add or remove marks for complete/incomplete or semi-completed answers.
You may decide to build your Rubric in Gradescope when you first start marking papers; you can add or remove scoring components as you progress without undoing the marking work you’ve already done.
Alternatively, rather than waiting till you start marking actual exam papers, you can Set up your rubric in advance.
You can also reuse rubrics between assignments and between questions – see Copying Rubrics.
Each question will use its own unique marking rubric, but all items of the rubric will be applicable to all student papers.
Learn more about defining the marking rubric.
Tagging student answer sheets
When your students submit scanned work, they will be prompted to tag the pages of their PDF so that when you come to mark a question, it will automatically take you to the page where that answer is located.
It is anticipated that this stage will be completed without complication for the majority of students, but where they have not been able to do it, you may have to tag the pages yourself.