All single input questions will require the pupil to type one answer.  The student will have written one response in one box. There may be text on either side of the box:



Students get two attempts at this type of question. When reviewing this style of question, you will see the following:



If you think the answer has wrongly been marked incorrectly, see the related articles below to see some common reasons why this may be. Otherwise, you may choose to leave feedback for your student, or 'accept' an answer, thus overriding the initial mark.


Sometimes you may be asked to review a student's reasoning:

In this case, just leave a piece of feedback confirming the student gave the right answer in the comment box.