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Hiding Multiple Choice & Fill-in-the-Blank Quiz Grades

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Teachers should have the option to hide quiz grades before students see them.

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    Mr. Eich

    I agree, I want to have control over what my students see first!  This issue was just recently brought to my attention. 

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    Carolyn Kessel Stewart

    I agree, I want to have control over what my students see first!  

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    Mrs. Richman

    Definitely agree this would be helpful.  

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    Mr. McDonald

    Yes please!

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    Ms. Joseph

    Matt Hardie- No. I posted this feature request at the suggestion of a Schoology help representative. The only way to make test results not visible to students is to include subjective question. See below.

    "When your goal for these quizzes is for student to not see their score immediately in the top righthand corner, you will need to make one of your quiz questions subjective. Short Answer/Essay questions are subjective automatically, and True/False and Matching questions can be made subjective by clicking the "Subjective question" box when editing the question. I've attached an example True/False question being made subjective." 

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    Kathleen Ader

    I agree that this is silly that they haven't done this yet.  Why is it even a question in the assessment set-up when it doesn't actually function the way teachers need it to?!

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    Ms. Joseph

    Matt Hardie- Marking a test ungraded will keep the score out of the Gradebook, but students can see their scores after they submit the test on that page.

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    Matthew Hardie

    What about in settings choose "view submissions" as "no"?  Doesn't that prevent them from seeing their their scores on each question along with making it ungraded in the grade book?  Would that work?  

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    Alejandro Nogara

    Exactly Kathleen.

     

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    Matthew Hardie

    Couldn't you make it an ungraded assignment first? 

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