Once per week, you may revise and resubmit a previous take-home assessment to demonstrate improved mastery. Your resubmission will be graded and the new grade will replace your previous grade, however revising and resubmitting is not "safe"; your resubmission will be graded on the exacct same criteria as your original submission, and as such it is possible to earn a worse grade on some dimension on your resubmission. For this reason, you should take extra care to review the feedback you've received on your previous graded submission, and exsure that your resubmission code aligns with our grading and code quality guidelines prior to resubmitting. See the full policy in the syllabus for more details.
To resubmit a revised assessment, follow these steps:
- Make any desired revisions directly in your assessment in Ed and click Mark. As with your initial submission, you can make changes and click Mark as often as you like.
- Fill out the appropriate Google form for the cycle in which you're resubmitting. You will need to provide the Ed URL for the submission you would like to use. You will also need to to provide a description of the changes you made from your last submission. (Failure to do so will result in your resubmission not being accepted.)
You must complete both steps for your resubmission to be considered complete. Resubmissions in Ed in will not be graded unless the Google Form is also filled out correctly.
Unless otherwise specified, the resubmission period for each week runs from Saturday to Friday. Resubmissions must be received by Friday at 11:59pm PDT to be considered for that week. You may only make one resubmission per week, though you may change which submission or which assessment you are resubmitting throughout the week by modifying your responses in the Google Form. Resubmissions received each week will be graded and feedback released by the following Friday. Due to the constraints of the summer quarter schedule, you will not have an opportunity to resubmit your last (8th) take-home assessment.
- Resubmission Cycle 7 (accepting resubmissions from 08.13 - 08.19)
- Resubmission Cycle 6 (accepting resubmissions from 08.07 - 08.12)
- Resubmission Cycle 5 (accepting resubmissions from 07.31 - 08.06)
- Resubmission Cycle 4 (accepting resubmissions from 07.24 - 07.30)
- Resubmission Cycle 3 (accepting resubmissions from 07.17 - 07.23)
- Resubmission Cycle 2 (accepting resubmissions from 07.10 - 07.16)
- Resubmission Cycle 1 (accepting resubmissions from 07.03 - 07.09)
Note: You must be logged into your UW G Suite. If you are having difficulty accessing the Google Form, try following these instructions.
If you have a question about a grade on one of your assessments, please first speak to your TA (or the TA who graded your work). In most cases, a simple conversation will clear up a misunderstanding about why the grade was received.
If, after speaking to the TA who graded your work, you feel your grade is incorrect (that is, did not properly apply the rubric), you may request a regrade. Regrade requests should be used when you believe there has been a mistake in the grading of your work that should be fixed, and each request must explain the specific mistake you believe occured. Specifically, a regrade requests must include the following elements:
- the specific criteria you believe were misapplied
- why you believe these criteria were misapplied
- how you believe your submission should have been graded
Descriptions of these elements need not be verbose; a brief sentence or two for each is sufficient.
Regrade requests should not be submitted to dispute the rubric itself (e.g. the number of points an item is worth or whether a specific point should have been included in grading). A great deal of effort has been put into defining the rubric and ensuring it was applied consistently to all students. We cannot enterain requests to change the rubric after the assignment as been graded.
To submit a regrade request, fill out this form: Regrade Request Form
One of our lead grading TAs will regrade your entire assessment to ensure your grade is correct. This may result in a lower grade on one or more dimensions. Regrade requests will be processed as time allows, but we do not promise any specific turnaround time.