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This article shows you how you and your students can view exam papers on Blutick. Teachers can make changes to the marks awarded, if necessary. To find out more about Blutick Exams, click here if you are a teacher, or here if you are a student.

How to view and mark exam results – if you are a teacher
How to view the results

Use the sidebar to navigate to the Manage Tests and Exams page. Now click the green “View Results” button for the relevant Exam. This will take you to an Exam Summary page, where you can see an overview of your students’ work, similar to the Test Summary pages.

Exam Summary page Teacher View - Blutick Maths Online

Click on “View By Question” to switch from viewing the whole class to viewing the overall results of all the questions. Click “View By Student” to return to the class view.

Exam Summary page teacher view View by Question - Blutick Maths Online

When viewing by student, click on a student’s mark to see an overview of how each question was answered.

Exam Summary page teacher view student mark buttons and eye icon - Blutick Maths Online

Use the “eye” symbol to see a student’s working. This will allow you to see the working for a particular student on all questions in the exam.

Teachers can moderate the marking — use the checkboxes as appropriate to award/remove marks if you feel the automatic marking hasn’t got it quite right.

Student Working page teacher view showing exam results with marks awarded - Blutick Maths Online

Viewing by question shows you an overview of how the whole exam was answered by all your students. This helps teachers to see at a glance if any particular questions caused problems for lots of students.

The maximum possible mark for each question is displayed in the final row.

Exam Summary page showing whole class results by question.

How to make changes to your students’ marks

We recommend that teachers check through their students’ exams and award/remove marks if they feel the automatic marking hasn’t got it quite right. On average, the mark given by the Blutick Exams feature is within 10% of the true mark. 

Use the “eye” icon to view an individual student’s working, and make changes to their marks if required. Simply click the boxes to award or remove a mark.

Student Working page teacher view showing exam results with mark checkboxes - Blutick Maths Online

To work through an entire class question by question, click the green “mark by question” button at the top-right of the Exam Summary page.

Exam Summary page indicating Mark by Question button - Blutick Maths Online

Use the green numbers to jump between questions. For longer questions click the grey “show question” button to remind yourself of the details.

Student Working - whole class view to allow marking by question

How to view exam results – if you are a student

Use the sidebar to go to your Completed Tests and Exams.

Sidebar indicating Completed Tests and Exams - Blutick Maths Online

Now click on the “View Results” button for your exam.

Completed Exams page indicating View Results button - Blutick Maths Online

Summary information is at the top of the page.

Exam Summary student view showing summary information - Blutick Maths Online

Scroll down to see your marks for each question, or click the eye icon to look at your marks in more detail.

Exam Summary student view indicating eye icon - Blutick Maths Online

Scroll through the exam to look at the questions and your working.

Student Working page student view showing results overview and exam questions - Blutick Maths Online

Ticked boxes show the marks awarded. Some questions have more than one mark – these are shown separately.

Student Working page student view showing student working and multiple awarded marks - Blutick Maths Online

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