Step 1: In the Gradebook Overview screen, click [Tools] and select [Import].
Step 2: Select "University Testing Center" from the Import Format drop-down menu.
Step 3: Click [Browse] and locate the TREC file you wish to import. Click [Open].
NOTE: If you received your scores .csv file in an email from the Testing Center, you must download the file to your computer before attempting an import.
Step 4: Click [Next].
Step 5: An alert box will appear if any entries do not match students enrolled in the course. Click the [X] at the top-right corner to close the alert box.
Step 6: Enter a name for the item you are importing. This is the name that will be assigned to the item in Gradebook 2.
Step 7: Click [Next].
Step 8: Enter the maximum point value you wish to assign to the item. The default value is 100.
NOTE: Grades imported from the TREC file will always be imported as a percent. In a points-based Gradebook 2, points are calculated by multiplying the score earned by the total points possible. For example, if a student’s score was 77% (as imported in the TREC file) and the item is worth 150 points (as designated in step 7) the calculated score would be 115.5 [.77 * 150 = 115.5].
Step 8: Click [Finish].
Step 9: If your Gradebook 2 has been setup to use Categories, you may choose the category you wish to assign the grade to in the Category column. Click on the category in the column and assign it appropriately.
Step 10: Click [Next].
Step 11: Click [Done].
The grades that are imported are automatically not released to students. You must change this setting if you wish to make the score be visible to students. Any comments that were included in the import file will be available to students in the Comments tab. If you wish to view the comments, click a student’s name and click the Comments tab.