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111 How to Approximate Your Grade

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Each lesson check-in and chapter quiz is worth 2 points. Each pretest is worth 5 points. Each exam, excluding the final, is worth 25 points. Determining your approximate grade after taking Exam 3 To determine your approximate grade up to this point, take your total points of the lesson check-ins, pretests, and chapter quizzes for Units 1, 2 , and 3 (Chapters 1 – 25) as listed on Blackboard. Divide this number by 355 and multiply it by 115. This is your approximate scaled lesson check-in, chapter quiz, and pretest score. Add your Exam 1, 2, and 3 scores (points, not percentage). This is your total points possible out of 190 points for Units 1 - 3. Divide your total points by 190 and multiply by 100 to get your percentage which you can then compare to the breakdown listed in the syllabus. Determining your approximate grade after taking Exam 4 To determine your approximate grade up to this point, take your total points on
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Unformatted text preview: Blackboard. Divide this number by 477 and multiply it by 156. This is your approximate scaled lesson check-in, chapter quiz, and pretest score (The lowest 4 quiz scores are not dropped in this approximate calculation.) Add your Exam 1, 2, 3, and 4 scores (points, not percentage). This is your total points possible out of 256 points for Units 1 - 4. Divide your total points by 256 and multiply by 100 to get your percentage which you can then compare to the breakdown listed in the syllabus. Determining your approximate grade after taking the final The final is worth 100 points so you could determine your approximate grade after the final by taking your total points after taking Exam 4 and adding your final exam score. Then divide your total points (including the final) by 356 and multiply by 100 to get your percentage. Please remember, this is an approximate grade....
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