If I make a quiz with 23 questions, how much should a student who got 12 of questions correct earn? How about a student who got 21 of them correct?

Usually, to answer these questions I would pull out a calculator to do the math, or write down a grading scale. Today, however, I used this great digital grading scale instead – what a time saver!

It’s simple, easy-to-use, and rounds to the nearest whole number so you never have to worry about decimals!

Simply enter the number of questions your assessment has:

And then press “Create Chart” to see a full list of grades per questions correct:

 

While it doesn’t make the pile of grading you probably have for the upcoming weekend any smaller, it might make it a little bit easier! 

 

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