# gradecalc1 - In the example above, the percentage is 77...

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Assignment Pts possible my grades cumulative pct Home1 5 5 100 For homeworks and exercises, put in the raw home2 5 2 0.7 home3 5 3 0.67 home4 5 4 0.7 Exam1 100 76 0.75 For exams, put in the percentage you got, no home5 5 4 0.75 home6 5 5 0.77 Exercise1 25 20 0.77 Home7 5 0.75 Exam2 100 0.46 Home8 5 0.45 Home9 5 0.44 Home10 5 0.43 Home11 5 0.43 Exercise2 25 0.39 Exam3 100 0.29 Exam4 100 0.24 Total 405 43 0.11 TOTAL PCT (90+ is an A) ExCredit 4 2 Directions: Type in your grades in the 'my grades' column. Put '0' in places where you got no points. Read the percentage next to the last grade you entered.

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Unformatted text preview: In the example above, the percentage is 77 (.7677…), which is a C so far in the course. Extra credit is added after all other points and increases your percentage. The low exam is not dropped until the total points for the course are calculated. You can figure what you need for a given grade by trial and error. scores, like 4 of 5 or 20 of 25. ot the raw score. That is, double the number in Blackboard for Exams....
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## This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course PSY 3204 taught by Professor Brannick during the Spring '10 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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