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Inside of our Gradebook in the Grader report, when we scroll over to the right-hand side, we can notice that our Final Exam quiz that we created in an earlier exercise has not been placed into its proper category. It really should be over here in the Exams category. Let's go ahead and move that real quick. Go up to the dropdown menu and select Simple view from the menu. Then scroll all the way down to the bottom and here you can see the Final Exam is not in its proper category. To move into the proper category, all I need to do is come over here to the right-hand side and you'll se up and down arrow which is the Move tool.
Go ahead and click on that and when your page refreshes, you'll notice that each category that's listed has a small box with an arrow pointing into it. All you need to do is find the Exams folder, and click into the box directly underneath of it and when your page refreshes, the Final Exam quiz has been moved now into its proper category. If we click the dropdown menu at the top and go back to our Grader report, and now we can see our Final Exam is in its correct category here in the Grader report as well.
To continue working throughout the rest of this chapter, it would be really helpful for us to have a bunch of assignments handed in from our students. So in the next movie we are going to logout of our regular account and log back in as the students. So go ahead and return back to the course by clicking on the BIOL432, but don't logout yet. In the next movie we need to do one more set up thing, before logging in as the students to make our life a little bit easier.
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