The final grade will be calculated according to the following percentages:
Exams and Quizzes- 75%
Homework and Other Assignments - 25%
Calculation of Grade using Weighted Percentages (as per the course syllabus):
Homework and Other Assignments Score: Total points earned on all homework and any other assignments, divided by the total possible points for all homework and other assignments, multiplied times 0.25 (25%).
Exams and Quizzes Score: Total points earned on all exams and quizzes, divided by the total possible points for all exams and quizzes, multiplied by 0.75 (75%)
Add the Homeworks/Assignments Score and Exams/Quizzes Score, then multiply by 100. This will be the grade for the course.
WARNING: Grades calculated by the student using the above formula are unofficial. Contact the instructor for an official grade.
Using the buttons and boxes below, you can have this web page calculate your current grade for the course. This calculation uses the formula as shown in the information above. The grade cannot be properly calculated without an exam score and a homework score.
Enter the scores for the homework assignments you have completed.
: Homework #1 Score ( possible)
: Homework #2 Score ( possible)
: Homework #3 Score ( possible)
: Homework #4 Score ( possible)
: Heartland/Rimland Summary Paper Score ( possible)
: Berlin Conference Summary Paper Score ( possible)
Enter the scores for the exams you have completed and the total possible points for those exams.
: Exam I Score
: Exam I Total Possible
: Exam II Score
: Exam II Total Possible
: Exam III Score
: Exam III Total Possible
: Exam IV Score
: Exam IV Total Possible
: Map Quiz 1 Score
: Map Quiz 1 Total Possible
: Map Quiz 2 Score
: Map Quiz 2 Total Possible
: Map Quiz 3 Score
: Map Quiz 3 Total Possible
: Map Quiz 4 Score
: Map Quiz 4 Total Possible
: Map Quiz 5 Score
: Map Quiz 5 Total Possible
: Map Quiz 6 Score
: Map Quiz 6 Total Possible
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