How do I reassign a Custom or Skills Snapshot Assessment?

How do I reassign a Custom or Skills Snapshot Assessment?

To reassign a Custom or Skills Snapshot Assessment to an individual student:

1. Navigate to the Classes tab, click on the name of a class that contains the assessment(s) you wish to reassign. Click the Assessment sub-tab in the right corner.

2. Change the View from Current to ALL.

3. Click the + symbol to the left of CUSTOM or SKILLS SNAPSHOT, then expand the assessment(s) using the + symbol to select/deselect individual students.

4. Change the status of the assessment for the student(s) from Completed to Assigned. Click Save!

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