As soon as a student submits the exam in Remindo, it becomes available for grading.
Lecturers log in at https://utwente.remindotoets.nl/ . Please click the SURFconext button, and you will be prompted to log in using your m-number and password.
In the top right corner, click this button to go to the results:
Using these buttons: you can choose whether to look at all questions per student, or to review one question for all students.
You can click the '+' and '-' buttons next to the grade to increase or decrease the grade by 10%. To give all or nothing, click the '0 pt.' or the button on the right that awards the maximum points ('5 pt.' in this example). You can also type in the field in the middle for a custom grade:
On the top right, you can click Continue to go to the next student or Close to finish grading:
Please note: at the end of grading, grades need to be submitted. Check the box to select all students and then click Close correction.
The grades will be calculated automatically once all questions have been graded. Multiple choice questions are graded automatically by the system.
Editing results for an individual student
Once a student's results have been submitted, they are no longer available through Results > Check answers. However, you can still access their results through the Analysis page. Go to Results > Analysis and click the tab for 'Test moment':
On the main analysis page, you can click the 'Result details' icon next to a student name to open their results:
Next to each open question, you will see this information:
- The name of the corrector is shown ('B. Test' in this example) and the points given for each correction criterion.
- When you click the pencil icon you can edit the correction.
Correcting errors in an exam
Upon reviewing the reports, you may want to make changes to the test after the fact. For example, a large number of students chose an answer option that is marked as wrong but could be interpreted as correct. Or perhaps there was a textual error that confused the students, and you want to remove that question altogether.
Please see the next page, Analyse, for instructions on how to do this.