Besides grading per question, grading per specific subquestion is also possible. This way of grading can fasten up the reviewing process when every reviewer has a specific subquestion assigned. This way the reviewer will be faster in giving specific feedback while the reviewer will know the question better and will understand the mistakes of students sooner than when a reviewer reviews multiple subquestions.
The reviewing of a specific subquestion can not be assigned to a reviewer in the way it is done with assigning a question to a reviewer. It has to be selected by the reviewer himself. As seen in the image below, the blue boxes around the subquestions' letter (a, b or c in this case) is blue until a box is clicked. When a box is grey instead of blue and the question is clicked, all subquestions that are blue are reviewed, and not the subquestions which box is grey. In the example below, in the bar 'Open questions I', only subquestion b will be reviewed when the reviewing of that question is started.
- When you have reviewed the assignment, you can publish the results.