Step 3: Create an Assignment in GradeCam Go! Julie Brown November 21, 2018 18:02 Follow The Step Screens assist users in getting started with GradeCam Go! 1. Select the "Assignments" tab. 2. Select the "New" button to create an assignment. 3. Choose the type of assignment you want to create. 4. Select the "New Multiple-Question Assignment" option. 5. Fill in the required fields and select the "Save" button. Have more questions? Submit a request Comments Douglas Harley July 12, 2016 04:17 I want to know what the different assignment types mean, or are. Amy Surdacki August 25, 2016 21:46 I want the assignment to be multi-question, scored, for credit. I don't understand how those three assignment types are mutually exclusive. I also would like to upload an existing test or quiz and don't see any way to do that. So this tutorial doesn't answer any of my questions. Stacey Spears August 29, 2016 16:55 Douglas, check out 5c, 5d, and 5e for better explanations of the assignment types. Scored assignments are for assessments that do not fit the bubble format: science fair project, research paper, art project, etc. Students receive an overall score for their work. An assignment for credit does not assign a grade or score. It gives a student full credit when their form is scanned. Graham Smith September 15, 2016 11:22 When I click "New", the only option is "multiple question assignment", and then I can't create an assessment with more than 10 questions! What's going on here? Alison Liberatore September 15, 2016 22:19 Having the same problem, Graham. Maria Galvan September 18, 2016 18:24 I created the assignments last year and I want to use them for my new classes. How I do that? salma alshaghab March 23, 2017 22:21 Edited by salma alshaghab March 23, 2017 22:22 Gina Carbone February 09, 2018 16:05 I've created an assignment. But how do I add it to other classes? Do I have to create the same assignment 3 different times for my 3 classes? I select it from the assignments page but there's no button to add it to my classes. Thanks! Mack Bonthera July 24, 2018 13:17 There really needs to be a way to add a different class to an assignment instead of create it ALL OVER AGAIN. This simple but missing feature keeps me from using this software.