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How do I check my grades in Blackboard?

The Blackboard Learning Management System provides a place for students to check their grades on assessments.

Where do I find my grades?

To view the grades for the course you're in, select the My Grades link on the course menu or on the Tools page.



To view the grades for all your courses at one time, go to the UIC Blackboard Learn Homepage that appears when you log in- (the page with your name on it). Then click on My Grades.



The My Grades page

On the My Grades page, you can view all the coursework and grades for the course you're in. If your work hasn't been graded, grade status icons appear.

You can filter and order your view.



Select an item's title to review your submission. For example, your instructor can type comments and highlight text in your document. Select an assignment's title to access the assignment's Review Submission History page and review the grade, annotations, and feedback in context. 

Reminder: For tests, after you select the title, the View Attempts page opens. Select the grade to review your submission.

If your instructor used a rubric to grade your work, select the View Rubric link to view details.

Select the View Feedback icon to view instructor feedback in a pop-up box.


Viewing Grades for all courses

Your grades are organized by course name and term in alphabetical order. You can select most items in any course to view details.

Want to dive in and focus on one course? Select a course name to go to that course's grades page. You may have two types of courses.

If your instructor has set up the overall grade, select the grade pill next to the name of your course to open a panel with more information.







Keywords:assessment, test, assignment, My grades   Doc ID:106041
Owner:Thomas O.Group:University of Illinois Chicago Technology Solutions
Created:2020-09-21 16:31 CDTUpdated:2020-10-08 11:50 CDT
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