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How to View Grades and Export CSVs in Your Study.com Virtual Classroom

Instructor: Daisy Rogozinsky
Learn how to quickly and easily view grades and export CSV file grade reports using your Study.com virtual classroom.

Video Transcript

Here we'll discuss how to view your grades and export CSVs in your study.com virtual classroom.

Understanding Grades

From the dashboard, navigate to the Classrooms tab under teacher tools. Here you can see all of the assignments you've created. You can also see how many students have been assigned the lesson and how many have completed it.

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Once you click the assignment title, you see a view that shows some grade reporting metrics for this assignment, including which students have completed it. You'll also see:

  • the first score they received on the quiz
  • their best score
  • the number of attempts they made.

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You can also download the assignment data by clicking the 'Download Gradebook' button, which will give you this information in a .CSV file format that you can manipulate in programs like Excel or Google Sheets.

You can also get a by-student overview of grades by clicking the 'students' tab in your classroom. There you can see how an individual student has done in all the assignments in the classroom. This is available as a .CSV download too.

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Finally, you can download grade information for all students and assignments in the classroom by clicking the 'download gradebook' button in the top right corner of the classroom page.

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And there you have it! Now you can view and save all your students' grades.

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