Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au Last Updated: Jul 04, 2017 Views: 146
Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au
Last Updated: Jul 04, 2017 Views: 146
- The rubric score can be considered to be the ‘raw score’, i.e. the score awarded to the work via the rubric, prior to any penalties that may apply.Penalties could include loss of marks for late submission or for specific aspects of the assignment requirements which have not been met.
- You can override the score calculated from the rubric by typing directly into the final grade field. The final grade field can’t process decimal points so you must enter a whole number.
- You should then detail the reason for any deductions in the General Comments area so that the student can understand the discrepancy.