By default, grades are sorted chronologically by assignment due date. In the Arrange by menu , you can also sort by module, assignment title, or assignment group. Assignments that are not part of a module will be shown at the end of the assignments list in alphabetical order. However, if modules or assignment groups aren't used in your course, they won't be included as sorting options.
You can view the name of the assignment , the assignment due date , the score you earned , and the total point value of the assignment . You may also be able to view whether the assignment includes scoring details, comments, or rubrics .
You may see various grade icons in the score column  indicating the type of assignment you submitted. These assignments have not been graded by your instructor. Once the assignment is graded, the icon will be replaced by your score.
The grades page also lets you create hypothetical or What-if grades. You can click any score field and approximate your grade for both graded assignments (if want to submit an assignment) and ungraded assignments.
To print your grades, click the Print Grades button .
View Grading Periods
If your instructor is using multiple grading periods, you can view your grades according to grading period . By default, the Grades page displays the current grading period. If an assignment does not include a due date, it will display as a part of the last grading period. To view grades for another course, click the course drop-down menu .
If your course includes weighted assignment groups, assignment groups may vary in the sidebar depending on which grading period you are viewing. An assignment group displays if the group has at least one assignment due in the selected grading period.