See the Scan Exams video for tips on successful scanning of exams.
After the exams are scanned in, they can be uploaded in batches. Gradescope will attempt to automatically split the scanned pages into submissions and then automatically attempt to match each submission to a student in your roster, and you'll be able to manually match any remaining submissions. You can download the two batches used in this video: first and second.
See the Upload Exam Scans and Associate with Students video for more information.
After grading is complete, all data can be downloaded from Gradescope in CSV format. Conveniently, students can be notified of the availability of their graded assignment via Gradescope via email and can review their scores online. If you'd like to disable regrade requests for an assignment, you can do so from the Regrade Requests page.
See the Publish Grades video for more information.
Once grades have been released, students have the option to submit regrade requests. Gradescope allows instructors to easily change students' grades and submit responses to the requests.
See the Manage Regrade Requests video for more information.
Once grading is complete for an assignment, you can go to the Assignment Statistics page to get further insights into what your students have learned and where they are potentially struggling. You can view statistics at the assignment level or at the question/rubric item level, and you can also tag questions with concepts, learning objectives, book chapters, etc., and then view statistics by tag.
See the View Assignment Statistics video for more information.