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AnthonyBailey
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Rubric Ratings

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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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@AnthonyBailey Your rubric clearly defines 70 as a B. Anything above 70 and up to 100 is an A.

AnthonyBailey
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I am sorry to disagree but a student getting 70 will look at rubric and ask 'why have I not got a A as it clearly says 70-100 is an A?' 

When a student says that to you, explain to them the significance of the > symbol in front of the 70.

AnthonyBailey
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This is not solved. 

Sorry to hear that! Could you help us understand what additional help you need in creating this rubric?

@AnthonyBailey  I made a slight edit to the reply marked as the Solution to indicate the significance of the < and > symbols when creating the ranges.

AnthonyBailey
Surveyor

Ah I hadn't actually noticed the '>' symbol! Many thanks.