A students grade could be 59.99 and it will show as a failing grade. Any reasonable person would round this to a 60.00
Hi Dani Pratt
Not a fan of absolutes, and I will happily tell you why. My primary school requires grades calculated to two decimal places, and the two schools I teach for do the same. I suspect, although I can't prove it, that many others schools have similar policies. So I have a hard time imagining that all those folks are "unreasonable".
Be that as it may, there is a quite easy solution you can employ..........................
Now, having never tried this, I am not sure if a grading scheme can be developed based on whole numbers, and I do not have the time to test that right now, but I guess that if not then final letter grades could be calculated manually.
An even easier route might be to simply dump a couple fudge point in there to force the grade up to the desired breaking points.
I hope this helps,
Hey, Dani Pratt! Would a grading scheme work for you? Check out How do I enable a grading scheme for a course?
Thanks, Dallas E Hulsey !
That was the link I for got to add! I have never experimented with a points-based grading scheme, but may have to since I doubt if this is the last time someone will have a related question.
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