What is an Answersheet?
An answersheet holds your answers for an exam, survey or other questionnaire.
Columns on the My Answersheets Page
- Name - title of exam, survey or questionnaire. This will start with the word Custom if you created a custom answersheet.
- Questions - number of questions
- Correct - number of questions you answered correctly after the exam has been graded. This will be blank if not graded.
- Type - type of answersheet, see below for types
- Start Over - if you are allowed to retake, this column will have a link Clear Answers.
Click Clear Answers to remove your answers, then click the name of the answersheet to answer the questions again.
Types of Answersheets
- Practice - you can retake as much as you like and see the answers and explanations
- Real - you can go in and out as much as you like until you complete the answersheet. When you complete the answerheet, you can see your grade,
but you cannot see the questions anymore. You cannot see the answers and explanations at anytime.
- Real Retakable - same as Real, but you can retake by clicking Clear Answers
- Real Retakable Viewable - same as Real Retakable, but you can go back in and view the questions, answers and explanations
- Real Viewable - same as Real, but you can go back in and view the questions, answers and explantions
- Survey -
How to Take an Answersheet
Click on the name of the answersheet to open the answersheet and answer the questions.
If the name is not clickable, that answersheet is not takable.
If the Start Over column has Clear Answers, you can click Clear Answers to remove your answers and make the name of the answersheet clickable.
If the answersheet has been graded and the answersheet is Viewable, when you click the name, you will be put in view mode.
You will be able to see the questions, answers and explanations, but you will not be able to change your answers.
To retake the answersheet, if the answersheet is Retakable, you must first click Clear Answers.
How to Retake an Answersheet
You can retake practice answersheets as often as you like.
If there is not a number in the Correct column, then your answersheet has not been completed.
You can click the answersheet name to open the answersheet and answer the questions.
When you complete your answersheet, your answersheet is graded and the number of questions you answered correctly appears is the Correct column.
If the Start Over column has Clear Answers, you can retake that answersheet.
First, click Clear Answers to remove your answers.
You can then click the name of the answersheet to open that answersheet and answer the questions again.
How to View Questions, Answers and Explanations
For practice answersheets, while the answersheet is open, click the Grade button to grade the answersheet.
This will display the correct answers with explanations.
To hide the answers and explanations, click the Ungrade button.
If the answersheet has been graded and the answersheet is Viewable, you can click the name of the answersheet to open in view mode.
You can view the questions, answers and explanations, but will not be able to change your answers.
If available, at the bottom of your My Answersheets page is a link to create custom answersheets.
Click that link to create a answersheets with your selection of questions.