When you are working in a course, green check marks that show your progress are visible in two places.
The course outline on the Course page.
The navigation bar at the top of the page.
These check marks appear when you complete all of the content in a part of the course. The part might be called a unit, section, module, week, lesson, or other part, depending on the terms your course uses.
In the following image, the learner has completed the first two units in the “Lesson 3: Exams, Grades, and Certificates” lesson.
To complete content, you must complete all of the following actions.
View all of each video in the unit.
Submit answers for all of the problems in the unit.
View all HTML content in the unit for at least five seconds.
The Progress Page
To see your scores on individual problems represented in both a chart and a list, as well as your current overall course grade, select the Progress page from anywhere in the course.
On the Progress page, a chart shows how you have performed for each graded assignment in the course.
The bar for each assignment reflects your total score for all the problems in that assignment. For individual problem scores, see Grading Details below the chart. For each of the assignment types, an “average” bar shows the current average of scores for assignments of that type. This average is recalculated as you progress through the course and complete more assignments.
In some courses, the course staff may have chosen to hide results for some assignments. For example, the results of an exam might be hidden until after the exam’s due date. When the results are hidden, you do not see whether you answered problems correctly, and you do not see your score in the body of the course or on your Progress page.
Some courses allow some number of graded assignments to be automatically dropped from your final score. For example, out of 8 quizzes, a course might have the lowest-scoring quiz excluded from all learners’ final scores.