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Hmmmm.....
Tue, 03 Jul 2018 04:06:06 GMT

Hi Roger,
How does a UC weighted GPA of 3.6 and SAT score of 1440 sound for UC Irvine? Or actually which UC can I get into for CS or Electrical Engineering major?
I hope you respond!

Roger: Sounds pretty good to me. I don’t know anything about UC Irvine though.

Vee
Thu, 28 Jun 2018 14:00:07 GMT

Hello.
Test are worth an overall 45 percent of my grade. I have score 100percent on two test and the last test 50 percent. Of the 45 percent, how much of the 45 percent for test grades will I receive?

Roger: Well, your test average should be an 83.3%, assuming that each test is worth one third of your tests category. Then, 83.3% of 45 is 37.5. So, I suppose you’ll receive 37.5% out of the 45%?

Joe
Thu, 28 Jun 2018 10:14:55 GMT

My grade is an 80%. What will it end up being if I add 33% to it?

Roger: Well, 80% + 33% is 113%. But one third of 80 is 26.7%. I’m still not sure what you’re asking.

Joe
Wed, 27 Jun 2018 21:46:25 GMT

My grade is an 80%. What will it be after I add 1/3 to it?

Roger: I don’t quite understand your question. What do you mean by “add 1/3 to it”?

Yo
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 16:26:27 GMT

Man I just come on here to figure out how screwed I am, but then it turns out I'm usually not that screwed. Thanks for helping me not lose sleep Roger

Roger: Glad to help!

anonymous
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 02:01:22 GMT

What is my overall grade if I have a 95.0 in my class and the final is 15% and I get an F (45.0)?

Roger: Your overall grade should drop to an 87.5%.

via
Mon, 18 Jun 2018 23:34:57 GMT

OMG how did you even do that, that is so cool, you have got to show me

jane doe
Mon, 18 Jun 2018 20:58:08 GMT

oh and the minimum for an A- is 90/89.5-9
thanks~

jane doe
Mon, 18 Jun 2018 20:56:49 GMT

Hi
responding back to yesterday's question
Currently, the full percentage has not come out but I had gotten 92% 1st 85% 2nd 85% 3rd and for the 4th it is so far 85% and the finals are worth 10% of our grade overall.

Roger: It sounds like your overall grade should be approximately 86.8%. In that case, you’ll need to score at least a 114.3% on your final to raise your overall grade to an 89.5%.

jane doe
Sun, 17 Jun 2018 13:50:25 GMT

Hi
I have a B+ average in my biology class
What would I need to get on my exam to boost my grade possibly higher or even an A-?

Roger: Probably an A or an A+. How much is your exam worth? What’s your current grade, expressed as a percentage? And what’s the minimum grade required for an A−?

Kayla
Sun, 17 Jun 2018 03:16:45 GMT

Hello,

Discussions are worth 23% of my grade. I’m trying to figure out how much of my total grade I would lose per missed discussion. Each one is worth 2 points out of 40 total possible because there are 20 discussions. I can’t seem to figure out how to calculate it. Thank you!

Roger: It’s not a constant amount. For example, if you miss your first discussion, then you’d have a zero for your entire discussions category, which is worth 23%. But at the end of the year, each discussion should only be worth one-twentieth of 23% (e.g. 1.15%).

JJK
Fri, 15 Jun 2018 10:18:41 GMT

So I have a 70% as my grade and lets say I didnt take the final for that class and got a 0% on my final, the final weighs 40%, what would my grade drop down to?

Roger: Is your final worth 40% of your grade by itself? Or is it part of a “tests” category that is altogether worth 40%? In the former case, your grade should drop to a 42%.

Skylar Paige
Thu, 14 Jun 2018 01:38:51 GMT

Hello, I have a 64% in my math class right now. My final is tomorrow and it is worth the last 10% of our grade. What do I need to get on my final in order to move up to a 70% in the class?

Roger: You’ll need to score at least a 124% on your final to get a 70% overall.

Leslie
Tue, 12 Jun 2018 22:21:38 GMT

Roger,
I have a 97% in algebra. my final is 57 questions and 20% of my grade. how many can I miss and stay above a 95%.

Roger: You’ll need to score at least 87% on your final, which is about 49.6 questions out of 57.

Mac n Cheese
Thu, 07 Jun 2018 23:00:52 GMT

Hey Roger, thanks for all the support you've given me.

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