4. Take a Test and Record Your Grade

By now, you have registered as a student, changed your password to something easy to remember, and recorded a quiz grade. The next step is to record a test score.

Log On (if not already logged on)

  1. Click the “Logout” link at the top right of the page.
  2. Select “Logon.”
  3. If you are not already logged on, you will be asked to do so now.

Go to a Grammar Lesson

  1. Click “Grammar” in the main menu bar.
  2. Select “Gender of Nouns” from the list on the left sidebar.

Go to a Grammar Test

  1. Click on “Mini-Test” in the left sidebar.
  2. Do not answer any questions!
  3. We repeat: Do not answer any questions!
  4. Scroll to the bottom and click the “Submit” button.

At this point, you will see the “Progress Recorded” message. You will also see your score, in this case 0%. Notice the next sentence says, “you can improve your score by re-taking the test.” Let’s do that right now.

Re-taking a test

Navigate back to the same test, and take it again. Record your score using the same procedure.

When you are done, you will again see the “Progress Recorded” message, along with a button for viewing your Report Card. Click that button and you will see that your initial grade of 0% has been replaced with your new grade.

Important Note

The latest grade always replaces the existing grade, regardless of whether it is higher or lower.

5. View Your Report Card1 minuteClick Here
6. Teacher Registration2 minutesClick Here
7. Change Your Password2 minutesClick Here
8. Adding a Teacher ID to
Your Student Profile
2 minutesClick Here
9. Removing Students3 minutesClick Here
10. Re-entering Your Teacher ID2 minutesClick Here
11. Assigning and Changing
4 minutesClick Here
12. Viewing Student Progress2 minutesClick Here
13. Creating a Class4 minutesClick Here
14. Premium Access For
Your Students
5 minutesClick Here
1. Student Registration2 minutesClick Here
2. Change Your Password2 minutesClick Here
3. Take a Quiz and
Record Your Grade
3 minutesClick Here
4. Take a Test and
Record Your Grade
2 minutesClick Here