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Do we get points if we grade a homework which ends up in "non-graded" ?

Squirrel Jo 3 years ago updated by World of Potter 3 years ago 3

I was wondering... I'm a 5th year student and I know that lots of homeworks above the 4th year end up in the "non-graded" file for ATs to grade it. If I an the only one to grade a homework and its ends up one week later in the "non-gradeds", do I still get the grading points ?

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Yes you do, in the overview homeworks you have graded, you can then see the submitted work has only 2 or maybe 3 feedbacks instead of the usual five and you will still be rewarded the points. However the end grade will be the one given by the AT/teacher and not the average of the 5 gradings.

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Yes, I would think so, because you haven't been punished

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Yes you do, in the overview homeworks you have graded, you can then see the submitted work has only 2 or maybe 3 feedbacks instead of the usual five and you will still be rewarded the points. However the end grade will be the one given by the AT/teacher and not the average of the 5 gradings.