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06-10-2021
06:52 AM

I am not able to list a range of grading ratings for each 'criteria ' on a rubric without repeating a particular 'score'. e.g. if a 'B' is 60-**70** and an 'A' is **70** -100 the repetition of the 70 here is an issue. if I change the '70' to a '69' or '71' it changes both iterations of that number. Adding decimal places also does not change this repetition.

Are there any work arounds that may mitigate this? Any help appreciated.

Many thanks

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06-10-2021
07:03 AM

*edited to add:* or <70, which represents a figure below 70) and A needs to be 70-100. You'll find details in the Select Range section of How do I add a rubric in a course?

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06-10-2021
07:03 AM

*edited to add:* or <70, which represents a figure below 70) and A needs to be 70-100. You'll find details in the Select Range section of How do I add a rubric in a course?

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06-10-2021
07:07 AM

**not** allow me to have 100 >70 for one grade and then 69>60 for the next.

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06-10-2021
07:10 AM

@AnthonyBailey Here's a screenshot of one of my rubrics:

Have you enabled ranges on the rubric?

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06-10-2021
07:14 AM

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06-10-2021
07:17 AM

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06-10-2021
07:19 AM

But (in your example) if a student gets 2.3 what rating do they have?

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06-10-2021
07:27 AM

Here is screenshot of rubric.

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06-10-2021
07:30 AM

That looks perfect! Do you still need assistance with this?

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06-10-2021
07:33 AM

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