ND or N or Needed:
Missing work. Assignment is past due and should be completed asap.
The numbers that follow a letter code indicate the date on which a corresponding score was entered.
For example, interpretation of the following code is as follows: “ND-11/19”
A zero was entered on November 19th to note that the particular assignment is missing and still needs to be submitted.
Rs or RsR:
Resubmission request. An opportunity is being provided to allow for earning back of missing points by making work corrections that are based on my grading comments.
Call me, Mrs. Ulry, to discuss options for earning back missed points.
Extended Time. When essays are left unanswered on an exam, you may be granted some additional time for their completion.
Ex or ex:
Excused. Points associated with assignment completion will not be factored into your overall course grade.
Written response questions were left unanswered. Typically used to indicate that ALL questions of this format were skipped / left incomplete.
WR-1: One written response question was left unanswered.
WR-2: Two written response questions were left unanswered.
Incomplete work submission. Questions were skipped or left unanswered.
Ud or Fm:
Updated assignment score. Used to indicate when additional points are earned through work revisions.
Used to indicate when an exam has been reopened or “unlocked” and is now available for completion. Entered for assessments when they have been falsely identified by the system as already completed without any evidence of student work in the form of saved written responses or selected answer choices. As a result, student access from the assessment was blocked.