# How can I download student marks?

**Did you know that you can download a report containing your student's marks for a particular course?**

On your Teacher Dashboard, select a course from the Course Progress tab (eg. Introduction to Programming).

You'll see a list of all your students currently enrolled in this course. By default they are sorted in alphabetical order by Name. You can filter by Grade or Group on the far right side.

- Use the checkboxes next to the student name to select students (or
**select all**using the top checkbox). - Click the "
**Marks**" button (next to "Purchase Subscriptions"). - You should receive a CSV file containing the selected students and their marks for that course.

### What does the Marks Report show?

This contains a list of all the students you selected to download, and their progress for each problem in the course.

In this file, the column structure is as follows:

**Name**: the student full name**Grade**: the student grade**Total Score**: the total points achieved by this student in the course/competition (not available for all courses)**Total Solved**: the total number of problems in the course that this student has solved correctly- After that, there are two columns for each
**module**in the course- for module #1:
**<coursemodule slug> score**: the total points achieved by this student for in this module.**<coursemodule slug> solved**: a count of how many problems this student has correctly solved in this module.

- for module #2:
**<coursemodule slug> score**: the total points achieved by this student for in this module.**<coursemodule slug> solved**: a count of how many problems this student has correctly solved in this module.

- for module #3, etc (for as many modules as there are in the course)

- for module #1:
- After that, there are three columns for each
**problem**in the course- for problem #1:
**<coursemodule slug>.1 score**: the total points achieved by this student for this problem. It will be zero if they have not correctly solved this problem.**<coursemodule slug>.1 solved**: whether or not the student has solved this problem correctly. 1 for solved correctly, 0 for not (yet) solved correctly.**<coursemodule slug>.1 submissions**: count of the number of submissions (marking attempts) this student has made for this problem.

- for problem #2:
**<coursemodule slug>.2 score**: the total points achieved by this student for this problem. It will be zero if they have not correctly solved this problem.**<coursemodule slug>.2 solved**: whether or not the student has solved this problem correctly. 1 for solved correctly, 0 for not (yet) solved correctly.**<coursemodule slug>.2 submissions**: count of the number of submissions (marking attempts) this student has made for this problem.

- problem #3 etc, for as many problems as this course contains

- for problem #1: