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Submitting an Exam/Quiz or Homework/Problem Set assignment

An Exam/Quiz or Homework/Problem Set assignment can have two types of submissions:

  • Variable-length - For this assignment, your instructor allows you to turn in a variable-length submission for written assignments. This means your answers may span across multiple pages and you’ll indicate where your question responses are on the pages when you submit your assignment.
  • Fixed length - For this assignment, your instructor wants your responses given in particular locations on each page of the document you submit, such as when you’re turning in a worksheet. This is called a fixed-length or templated submission. Because your instructor already knows where your responses will be, you only need to upload your completed assignment as a PDF, and you will not be asked to indicate where your answers are on each page to each question.

 

Submitting a variable length submission type

  • To submit a variable length assignment, when you open or start the assignment, you’ll have two options for submitting your work via the Gradescope mobile app or website:
    • Individual images, one or more per question
    • One PDF that contains the whole submission; Gradescope will ask you to mark where each answer is.

 

Submitting fixed-length (templated) submission type

  • To submit a templated submission, when you open or start the assignment, you’ll only have one option for submitting your work:
    • One PDF that contains the whole submission

 

Submission notifications

When you submit your work, you will receive an automated email from Gradescope that includes the date and time you turned in the assignment, the assignment due date, the late due date (if your instructor set one), and a link to your submission. The email also reminds you that you can resubmit work as many times as you need to until the due date passes.

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