How do you apply a Grading Template to the student’s Test Result?

How do you apply a Grading Template to the student’s Test Result?

Simply go to the Tests and Assignments tab of your class and click the name of the test or assignment you wish to grade. You will see three tabs: Overview, Results and Grades and Pending. Choose Results and Grades tabs and choose the templates available from the Grading Template dropdown menu. After this, Typesy will calculate and apply the grade automatically for every student result available.


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