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Video: Completing an Assessment

In this video, we will show you how to complete an assessment.

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Video Transcript

In this video, we will show you how to complete an assessment.

We will demonstrate how to do this in a web browser, but note that you can also access these features in a similar way using our fantastic Nagwa Study app.

To complete an assessment, you must have a student account and be signed in to www.nagwa.com.

Once you’re signed in, click on “Assignments” in the toolbar, followed by “Assessments”. Now, you’ll see a list of all of your assessments, including those previously attempted alongside any new ones. You can see the assessment titles, the number of questions submitted, the start and due dates, the duration of the assessment (if this has been set by your teacher), the status of the assessment, and the action of the assessment.

For any new assessments, the status of the assessment will be “New” and the action will say “Start”.

Note that if the assessment has a given duration, once you start it, you will have a set time limit to complete it.

For timed assessments, you’ll be able to see the assessment timer at the top of the screen. It is worth noting that the timer will continue to count down even when you are not actively working on the assessment. This means that you can leave the assessment page and come back, but the assessment countdown will not pause. Make sure you are ready before clicking “Start”!

For the assessment, each question is displayed on its own page. Once you have input your answer, make sure to hit “Save” and you will automatically progress to the next question.

Unlike with a worksheet, once you start answering the questions, you won’t receive instant feedback. Instead, you’ll need to input your answer and then click “Save”.

If you don’t know the answer to a question, you can skip it by clicking “Next Question” in the bottom-right corner.

On the right of the page, you will notice a grid of buttons that allows you to freely navigate between all of the questions in the assessment. From here, you can go back to any questions you skipped or jump forward to see the later questions.

By default, each of the questions will appear as a grey button, but once a question has a saved answer, the button will turn blue.

Using the grid, you can also return to questions with a saved answer and change your answer, using the “Change” button in the bottom-right corner. This allows you to edit your multiple-choice answer and save it once again.

Once you’ve finished working on the assessment and have saved all of your answers, click the “Submit” button in the bottom-right corner. Don’t worry, if you click “Submit” while there is still time remaining, or if you accidentally close your browser window, you can easily return and edit your answers.

Once you’ve started answering the questions, the status of the assessment will update to “In Progress” and the action will update to “Continue”. Clicking this allows you to finish working through the questions.

If this is a timed assessment, remember that you only have a limited amount of time to continue answering the questions. If so, we recommend not leaving the page so you can easily keep track of the time limit. For timed assessments, once the time limit is reached, you will no longer be able to edit your answers and you will have no further actions until the due date.

Once the assessment due date passes, the status will update to “Closed”. You can return to this page to see the results of your assessment by clicking on the “View Report” link.

Alternatively, you can access assessment reports from the dashboard. Click on “Dashboard” and then “View Report” under “Assessments”. From here, you’ll see a full list of all of your completed assessments along with the summary statistics for each assessment.

If you would like to see the answers from a particular assessment in more detail, click “View” on the right-hand side.

Each report shows the correct answer to each question highlighted in green alongside your answers so you can evaluate your progress.

If you found any questions particularly challenging, you might find it helpful to watch one of our lesson videos or practice some worksheet questions at your own pace. You can use the search bar at the top right of the screen or ask your teacher for advice on where to find the best content for your needs.

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