In the list where your name appears, select Grades.
This information also applies to organizations.
Your grades are organized by course name and term in alphabetical order. You can select most items in any course to view details.
Want to dive in and focus on one course? Select a course name to go to that course's grades page. You may have two types of courses.
If your instructor has set up the overall grade, select the grade pill next to the name of your course to open a panel with more information.
- In a course, you can access your Course Grades page on the navigation bar. Select the Gradebook icon to view the grades that your instructor posted.
- Your Overall Grade calculates your performance to date. Select the grade pill to learn more about how your overall grade is calculated. Your instructor may choose not to add an overall grade.
- For each item, you can view the status and how many attempts you have. View which attempts you've started, submitted before the due date, and if any submissions are or will be late. After the due date passes, submission info appears in red.
If you’re allowed only one attempt and submit before the due date, you won’t see the second line of text for the item.
- Select an item to open the Details & Information panel and view your current grade and how it was calculated. You can also view how many attempts you have and if any submissions are or will be late.
- If the due date has passed, you’re informed the next attempt will be marked late.
- Select the grade pill to access your submission. If you made multiple submissions, the Submission panel opens. If your instructor annotated a file you uploaded as your submission, you can view the annotations inline. Visit the assignment grades topic to see how multiple comments appear in your annotated PDF.
After the due date passes, you may see zeros for work you haven't submitted. You can still submit attempts to update your grade. Your instructor determines grade penalties for late work.
If your instructor uses the attendance grading feature, you'll see an attendance grade.
In the Submission panel, you can see which attempts have grades and feedback. Select the attempt you want to view. Your submission opens, and you can view your grade and how it was calculated. You can review your work and expand the Feedback panel if your instructor left comments.
If your instructor left feedback for multiple attempts, you can read each attempt's feedback. A message appears if your instructor has overridden the item's final grade.
You can also see how many attempts you have on the Course Grades page. You can see which attempts you submitted before the due date and if any submissions are or will be late.
The following narrated video provides a visual and auditory representation of some of the information included on this page. For a detailed description of what is portrayed in the video, open the video on YouTube, navigate to More actions, and select Open transcript.
Video: Check grades explains how to check your grades in Blackboard Learn.
When grades are posted, you'll find them in your activity stream. Select View your grade to display your grade.
You can also access the item in your course to review your grade and feedback in context.
If your instructor needs to grade questions in your assessment, Not graded appears in the Grading section.
Your instructor may choose not to reveal the correct answers to automatically scored questions until all students have submitted. A banner appears at the top of the assessment with this information. Check back later to see if answers have been revealed.
Your instructor must manually grade some question types such as Essays, and then post the assessment grade and feedback. Your grades also appear on the global and course grades pages.
You can also access the assessment in your course to review your grade and feedback in context. Select the test or assignment title on the Course Content page and the Details & Information panel opens. Select anywhere in the Grading section to review what you submitted, available correct answers, and your grade and feedback. If your instructor left feedback, select the speech bubble icon to view it.
For questions where you chose from more than answer, you can select Show other options to review the answer choices.
If set up by your instructor, you may see zeros for work you haven't submitted after the due date passes. You can still submit attempts to update your grade. Your instructor determines grade penalties for late work.
You'll see your zero grade on your Grades pages and in the Details & Information panel for the item.
If you've enabled stream notifications about grades, you're notified about the zero grade in your stream.
Your instructor determines how to display your grade for each graded item:
- Letter grade
The grade pill for each assessment question and graded item may appear in colors or with dark backgrounds.
For the colored grade pills, the highest score range is green and the lowest is red. At this time, your instructors can't change the colors or the percentages. The colors map to these percentages:
- > 90% = green
- 89–80% = yellow/green
- 79–70% = yellow
- 69–60% = orange
- 59–50% = red
Your institution can disable the color scheme for all courses. The grade pills appear with dark backgrounds and white grades. Colors won't be used to convey performance.
Your instructor can leave a video or audio recording for additional feedback on your assessment grade. Recordings appear in the Feedback panel when your instructor assigns a grade for each submission.
Select the film icon to stream the video to your computer or device. You can use standard playback controls such as pause or sliding the player bar. Playback is supported in modern browsers without the need for a browser plug-in. You can't export or download the feedback recording at this time.
The overall grade helps you keep track of how you're doing in each of your courses. You can see if you're on track for the grade you want or if you need to improve.
If your instructor has set up the overall grade, it appears on your global Grades page and inside your course on your Course Grades page. Select the grade pill to learn more about how it's calculated.
The Overall Grade panel shows you how items and categories are weighted. For example, based on your instructors' preferences, tests may count for more than homework or quizzes. The percentage listed with each entry shows how much it contributes to your overall grade calculation.
If your instructor decides to override your overall grade, a message appears at the top of this panel. You may still see a grade here or a grade notation to indicate that your participation in the course is unique. Example grade notations include Exempt, Withdrawal, and Incomplete. Your instructor can also create custom notations.