Is there any way to make the total points for an assignment 100? I usually give multiple choice and rubric questions on one assessment. With Gradecam Insight, I was able to assign specific point values for discussion questions with the rubric. For example, many of my discussion questions were worth 5 points total, so me filling in a 3 for a discussion question would mean that this answer got 3 out of a possible 5 points on a 100 point scale. I cannot figure out how to do this on Gradecam Go. When I make a rubric for short answer with 15, it seems to me that receiving a 5 means that discussion question receives 5 TIMES the points that a correct multiple choice answer receives.
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Debbie Delaney Hi Ashley,
The point system in GradeCam Go! is exactly the same as in GradeCam Insight. If you have a rubric that is 15 and you fill in a 3  the student receives 3 of the possible 5 points. The only time you end up with a larger value than the bubble is when you apply a multiplier to the question.
Hope this helps!
Debbie

Ashley Tingom Debbie,
Thank you for your response; however, I'm still having trouble with this option. I gave a 22 question quiz. The last two questions were assigned as RUBRIC, with 15 being the range. So the rubric score for these 2 questions should be 10 points out of 100 total points. The rubric multiplier was 1. The grades are not consistent with what I intended. For example, I have one student's quiz and the only portion that he missed was one point from one rubric question (he got a 4 out of 5). His grade came up as a 97, or 29/30. The way I set it up, shouldn't his grade be a 99?

Debbie Delaney Hello Ashley,
I am going to send you a response to your email. I will want to know your specific assignment and class but that information needs to remain private. Look for a response shortly in your inbox.
Regards,
Debbie

Thomas Amos I'm having the same problem. Was there a solution to this?

Thomas Amos Ok, my total is being divided into the total available points. So missing 1 point on the rubric is seen at 59 out of 60, or a score of 98 instead of 99. How do I set the test so that it deducts points from 100 instead of dividing?

Thomas Amos Dupe