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My Grades

The My Grades page shows the status of gradable items, such as Tests, Assignments, Journal and Blog entries, and Discussion posts.  This page may also include item names, details, due dates, student and instructor dates of activity, posted grades, points possible, links to rubrics used for grading, and your instructor's comments about the items.

Note: Your instructor controls which tools are available. If this tool is not available to you, your instructor might have disabled the tool or made it invisible.

Grade Details

If your assignment has not been graded, the Grade column contains a symbol indicating its status. If your assignment has been submitted and graded, the grade appears in the Grade column. To view more detail, click the link to see the assignment's Review Submission History page. This page includes:

  • Instructor Feedback: This section lists your grade and any feedback provided by your instructor.
  • Attached Files: This section provides links to open or download any files attached by you or your instructor. For example, your instructor might provide comments in a file that you submitted with your assignment.

The My Grades page can be sorted into 4 different view: All, Graded, Upcoming, or Submitted. 

The following table describes the symbols appearing on the My Grades page:

Symbol Description
- Item has not been completed. No information is available.
green check mark Item is completed, but will not have a grade (for items such as surveys).
yellow exclamation mark Item has been submitted. This item is waiting to be reviewed by your instructor.

-OR-

Item has been submitted. Your instructor may review this item, but may not be provided a grade.

Grade Item has been graded. Click the grade to view detailed feedback.
blue pie chart Attempt is in progress. This item has not been submitted. To submit the item, see Submitting a Draft Assignment.
dashed circle Grade is exempted for this user. If you do not complete this assignment, it will not affect your grade.
red exclamation mark Error has occurred. Contact your instructor.