Hi everyone, hope everyone is well! One of our colleges uses two custom grading scales and it is not working with the Canvas default grading scheme.

The first grading scale I want to build goes like this: A=95-100%; A-=93-94%; B+=91-92% and so on. The Canvas default grading scheme goes like this: A=94-100%; A-=90-94%; B+=87-90% and so on.

The second grading scale I want to construct goes like this: A=95-100%; A-=93-94.9%; B+=91-92.9% and so on.

The default grading scheme for Canvas has set the lowest percentage for an A as 94% and the highest percentage of an A- as 94%. Or in other words, it is like this: A=100 % to 94.0%; A-=< 94.0 % to 90.0%; B+=< 90.0 % to 87.0% and so on.

My question is, can this be changed so that I can construct these two custom grading schemes (an A=95-100%; A-=93-94% and so on or A=95-100%; A-=93-94.9% and so on)?

Any help will be appreciated. Thank you, Michael

The highest grade for the A- is anything

less than 94.9, so 94.9 is not the the highest A- but anything lower than that and higher than 90.0 is an A-. This means 94.8 is an A-, yet so is 94.83 and 94.89. So I guess the question is what do you want a 94.83 to be? An A- (which is what it is now) or an A? What about a 94.89?To help explain and understand what Canvas is doing in this example, I'd check out the following discussion - grading schemes: issue with no rounding and more specifically this comment by James Jones in that discussion - https://community.canvaslms.com/message/65456-re-grading-schemes-issue-with-no-rounding?commentID=65456#comment-65342

Hope this helps!