Interpret Your Feedback Report



You have submitted and assignment to Web-CAT and you want to know how to interpret the feedback results you received.


We’re still working on this recipe, so we’ve just got some starter information for now.

The feedback you get for an assignment depends on the plug-in(s) the instructor has selected to grade submissions for the assignment. However, most students are likely to get feedback from some of our most-used plug-ins.

Some of the feedback elements are common across all plug-ins. For a summary, see the Submission Walkthrough movie (24Mb, 5min), which also provides a basic walkthrough of how to interpret the feedback results for a Java submission graded using the JavaTddPlugin.

For more detail, you can also look at the following recipes:


The discussion discusses tradeoffs inherent in the solution and other possible solutions

See Also

Submission Walkthrough
Submit An Assignment
Look Up Assignment Results
Look Up An Old Submission


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