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Grade paper assignments in half the time, with analytics.

Learning has been assessed in the same way for decades: instructors give out paper-based assignments, tediously grade them by hand, and return them to students. With this process, instructors gain little insight into their students’ knowledge. Simply measuring how often a specific mistake is made requires painstaking tallying. Answering the question “What concepts are my students struggling with?” is practically impossible. Read More
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What We're Building

Gradescope enables big data for education by moving grading online. Instructors can grade paper-based assignments in half the time, and see rich analytics about their questions and students. In the works: programming project autograding, AI for assisted grading, creating and sharing questions and projects, and more. We've been used to grade over 5M pages of work at 120+ schools.

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Team

Arjun Singh
Founder Gradescope • @university-of-california-berkeley PhD
Pieter Abbeel
Associate Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley Research Scientist, OpenAI Co-Founder Gradescope
Ibrahim Awwal
Founder @Gradescope. BS UC Berkeley, MS UC San Diego.
Sergey Karayev
Founder @Gradescope • Computer Vision PhD @Berkeley
John Cipriano
Problem solver. I love language & software engineering concerns.
Kevin Gutowski
Physics | Music | Design - Physics at Cal turned design. Audio application development & human-centered design.
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Our Investors

Andy Chou
Angel investor and advisor. Founder, CTO of Coverity. Stanford CS PhD.
Adam Berman
I currently lead Berkeley - Haas' digital intiatives. Until 2004, I was the CEO and Co-founder of Education Partners which brought reserach based reading and math programs into the Title I schools. We were helping 100,000 students directly and 1 million

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