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  • 20 March 2019
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Tell me about the grades criteria. Can we see our mistakes which reduce grades? From where see check our mistakes?
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Best answer by Maryam 22 March 2019, 08:48

Hi @Farwa,

Passing scores and grading criteria could vary from course to course.

  • As for quizzes, there will be red signs (❌) and green check marks (☑), indicating incorrectly and correctly answered questions. In some courses, you'll get some pieces of feedback after taking quizzes on quiz pages. This Help Article provides some more useful information about this issue: Take quizzes
  • In peer-reviewed assignments, instructions and rubrics are visible on "Instructions" and "My submission" pages. When grading others' assignments, grading rubrics (or criterion) are often available clearly, so you'll know how to grade your peers. Their comments on your work will be visible after your work has been graded by them: Write peer reviews
  • For programming assignments, grading is done automatically and instructions are clearly explained: Programming assignments
  • If you're interested in knowing more about some other assignment types, too, you can check out the Quizzes & assignments section of the Help Center. There are 14 Help Articles listed in this section.
  • Finally, to check your progress and all your grades in a course, you need to click Grades on the left-hand menu: Check assignment grades
Best wishes.
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Hi @Farwa,

Passing scores and grading criteria could vary from course to course.

  • As for quizzes, there will be red signs (❌) and green check marks (☑), indicating incorrectly and correctly answered questions. In some courses, you'll get some pieces of feedback after taking quizzes on quiz pages. This Help Article provides some more useful information about this issue: Take quizzes
  • In peer-reviewed assignments, instructions and rubrics are visible on "Instructions" and "My submission" pages. When grading others' assignments, grading rubrics (or criterion) are often available clearly, so you'll know how to grade your peers. Their comments on your work will be visible after your work has been graded by them: Write peer reviews
  • For programming assignments, grading is done automatically and instructions are clearly explained: Programming assignments
  • If you're interested in knowing more about some other assignment types, too, you can check out the Quizzes & assignments section of the Help Center. There are 14 Help Articles listed in this section.
  • Finally, to check your progress and all your grades in a course, you need to click Grades on the left-hand menu: Check assignment grades
Best wishes.

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