How to check your grade?

Answered by Willian Lymon

To check your grade, you can follow a simple calculation process. First, gather all the information about your grades and the points possible for each assignment or test. This information is typically provided by your teacher or can be found in your course syllabus or online grading system.

Next, add up all the points you have earned so far in the class. This includes points from assignments, quizzes, tests, and any other graded work. For example, let’s say you have earned 380 points out of a possible 536 points.

To calculate your current letter grade, you need to divide the points earned by the points possible. In our example, it would be 380 divided by 536, which equals 0.71.

To turn this into a percentage, you can multiply the answer by 100 or move the decimal point over two places. In our example, 0.71 multiplied by 100 equals 71 or 71%.

Now that you have the percentage, you can refer to your course grading scale to determine your letter grade. Different schools or instructors may have different grading scales, so it’s important to know what scale is being used in your class. Typically, a score of 90% or above is an A, 80-89% is a B, 70-79% is a C, 60-69% is a D, and anything below 60% is an F.

It’s important to note that this calculation only gives you your current grade based on the points you have earned so far. Your grade may change as you complete more assignments or exams throughout the course. Additionally, factors such as class participation or extra credit may also affect your final grade.

Checking your grade involves gathering information about your earned points and points possible, calculating the percentage, and referring to the grading scale to determine your letter grade. Remember to keep track of your progress throughout the course and consult with your teacher if you have any questions or concerns about your grade.