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Regrading fill in the blank questions

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When regrading an assessment, is there a way to mark a fill in the blank question correct even if it does not match the answer key answer? 

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Hi Jess, 

I have managed to do this - you click 'regrade' for that question when in speedgrader, and then add the alternate correct answers to the grading key through the drop down options (there are a few to choose from). Click through to regrade, wait a few seconds for the system to catch up, and the question should be marked as correct. 

It's a little slow and clunky, but it does work, and it will regrade every student according to the new answer. So if you have multiple students with the same answer, it will mark them all as correct, and you don't have to do it more than once! Smiley Happy 

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Hi Jessica,

I noticed that you had not received a reply to your question. The functionality you are asking about doesn't natively exist in New Quizzes. Were you able to find a solution?

Erin

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Hi Jess, 

I have managed to do this - you click 'regrade' for that question when in speedgrader, and then add the alternate correct answers to the grading key through the drop down options (there are a few to choose from). Click through to regrade, wait a few seconds for the system to catch up, and the question should be marked as correct. 

It's a little slow and clunky, but it does work, and it will regrade every student according to the new answer. So if you have multiple students with the same answer, it will mark them all as correct, and you don't have to do it more than once! Smiley Happy 

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