How do I create a question assignment?

Creating question assignments

Courtney Librizzi avatar
Written by Courtney Librizzi
Updated over a week ago

Sending question assignments is a great way to find out about students' strengths and weaknesses. You can either send an assignment right away or create and save it for sending later.

This short video will show you how you can create an assignment, and you can also see a step-by-step guide below.

Step 1: Click on the relevant subject and click on the 'Create Assignment' button on the teacher dashboard.   

Step 2: Select 'Question Assignment'.

Step 3: 

Select questions from the question bank or create your own question and preview questions by clicking directly onto them you can also easily see: 

a) If you have already used a question 

b) Which sections questions relate to

c) If it's a multiple-choice question or a short answer question

Click on 'Step 2' to Customise the assignment

Step 4: Set the assignment name, select the recipients (all students are selected by default), arrange the questions in the order of your preference, add any additional message, set a deadline, check or uncheck the submission settings and hit the 'Review and Send' button.

Step 5 (Finish later or Schedule): If you do not want to send the assignment right away, but save it for later or you can schedule the assignment to be sent later for you. Simply click on the 'Finish later' button or the 'Review and schedule' button. 

What happens when I have sent the assignment?

  • All recipients will receive an email notifying them that they have an assignment to complete. The assignment will also appear in the assignment dashboard when they log in.

  • When the deadline has passed, the assignment will be automatically marked and a report with a link to the assignment results will be sent to you via email.

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