How we can restrict Instructor to not allow to enter more than point possible marks in grade center.
I don't believe that is possible. Sorry.
Is their any way to achieve this. Also how you managed this. Do you know the logic behind the entering the grades more than points possible.
It is not possible to avoid the mistakes of entering more points than the column's value. I remind the TAs and faculty that it is possible to make big mistakes. Blackboard will display any weighted % score over 100% as a points total to indicate a possible mistake in your grades.
Any third party tools available to achieve this.
Hi Support India,
As my understanding, Instructors are able to enter a grade upper than the possible points in order if a student did extra activities, the Instructor can add extra points for that extra activities. You can see it as a bonus points that a student can earn if she/he do more activities on the course or if the student exceeds the Instructor expectations in an assignment, tests, forum, etc.
But if the test or assessment total marks value is 100 then how instructor can give more then 100. For example if a course total marks value is 200 then out of 200 if instructor will give 220 then the total value received by the student is grater than the course total marks value. because if instructor want to give bonus or extra marks then also the marks should not be more than total marks. please correct if i am wrong.
It makes sense, if instructor wants to give bonus or extra marks for all the students within a course. When Instructor wants only to give bonus or extra marks for a specific students (not all the enrolled students in a course), the Instructor can enter a grade upper the possible points. Instructors are able to override grades as need. Please check this Blackboard Help link for more information: Override Grades | Blackboard Help
I think it would be useful for there to be an option to toggle a warning if the grader inputs a grade that is higher than points possible. For some users, it's all too easy to accidentally input an extra number. I had an instructor today accidentally give a student a 5 in a column that was worth .5, for instance.
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