A Guide to Student Assessments

BridgeU Assessments can be used to assign students any kind of assessments and keep track of their progress. This article explains how to create and manage an assessment in BridgeU.

Take a look at this article for An overview of AchieveWorks® Assessments 

How do I create an assessment?

Step 1: Log into your BridgeU Advisor account and navigate to the Assessments page. 

Step 2: Click Create Assessment as highlighted below.

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Step 3: Complete details such as assessment name, URL link and description, assign the relevant students and set the assessment due date. Click Create when finished.

Add an external URL link if the assessment requires exploration of an external website

You can use the filter options highlighted in the below example to narrow down your student list then use the tick boxes to select all or individual students to the assessment.

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How do I manage assessments?

Once you have created an assessment it will appear on the Assessments page in your Advisor account. Click on an assessment to view the details on the right hand side. Here you can edit or delete the assessment, view the assessment details and the list of the assigned students.

The grey ticks next to each student indicate the assessment is incomplete and the tick will become green when the student has successfully completed the assessment. 

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You can click on any student to see their progress and list of assessments they have been assigned. 

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You will then be able to  review submitted PDF reports on the student's overview page. Click Tasks/ Assessments to view the results.

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If you have any questions, need further assistance or have some general feedback for us - we’d love to hear from you! Contact our Support team via Live Chat and by emailing hi@bridge-u.com.

You can also ask our BridgeU Community, a space exclusively for our BridgeU counsellors to ask questions, share insights, provide feedback and get help not just from BridgeU, but directly from other BridgeU counsellors.


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