Part of the evaluation process is assigning scores to answers your partner has sent back. When you evaluate an answer, you can assign a score based on the grading methodology associated with this questionnaire. Based on the grading rubric, each question will be assigned a score. An overall assessment score will be calculated once you have completed the evaluation.
You can add scores to questionnaires with the Max Score methodology set to them. Grading scales are set by the owner during the creation of the Questionnaire. Click here to learn more about grading scales.
Note: You can only add scores to answers that are In Review. Questions that are in Pending status cannot be evaluated.
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Steps for Scoring an Answer
1. Navigate to your assessment from the Active Assessments screen.
2. Click on the question to be evaluated and click on the Add Score box as shown above.
3. Add a score within the Answer Score box for the received response.
Note: The Answer score should be less than or equal to the Of Score mentioned outside the box. For example, the answer score has to be 1 of 1 or 0 of 1. It cannot be 2 of 1.
4. To add a comment, you can hover over the Add Comment text and click on the Pencil icon. Enter your evaluation comment or remarks and click on the checkmark to save your comment.
Note: Click on the Previous or Next button to move to the previous or next question.
Viewing an Auto-evaluated Question
When a question is auto-evaluated, the score will appear in the Evaluation screen along with a label Auto-Evaluated. You have the option to modify the score for an auto-evaluated question. This will override the previous score and the new score will get added and saved.
Viewing the Assessment Score
During the evaluation process, users can review the Assessment Score for a questionnaire. The Assessment score will automatically get updated based on your evaluation scores.
Note: Using the Weights methodology or the Max Score methodology, the Assessment Score will display the score and its associated qualitative grade.