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Final Grade Calculator

This tool will determine what grade (percentage) you need on your final exam in order to get a certain grade in a class.

Your current grade is %.

You want (at least) a % in the class.

Your final is worth % of your grade.

This tool will determine your overall grade after you have taken the final and know your score.

Your grade was % before.

You got a % on the final.

Your final is worth % of your grade.

This tool will determine what grade (percentage) you need on your final exam in order to get a certain grade in a class.

Your current grade is %.

You want (at least) a % in the class.

Tests are worth % of your grade.

You have taken tests already.

Your test average is %.

The final is worth tests.

This tool will determine what grade (percentage) you need on your final exam in order to get a certain grade in a class, given that no part of your final is already counted in your current grade.

Your current grade is %.

You want (at least) a % in the class.

Your final is worth % of your grade.

You have parts to your final.

You have taken part(s) already.

Your 1st part is worth points.

Your 2nd part is worth points.

Your 3rd part is worth points.

Your 4th part is worth points.

Your 5th part is worth points.

Your 6th part is worth points.

Your 7th part is worth points.

Your 8th part is worth points.

On part 1, you got points.

On part 2, you got points.

On part 3, you got points.

On part 4, you got points.

On part 5, you got points.

On part 6, you got points.

On part 7, you got points.

This tool will determine how much your final is worth, if your class is point-based.

Including the final, there are points possible.

Your final is worth points.

This tool will determine what grade (percentage) you need on your final exam in order to get a certain grade in the class, if your lowest test grade is dropped or your final also counts as a test.

Your current grade is %.

You want (at least) a % in the class.

Tests are worth % of your grade.

Your have taken tests already.

Your test average is %.

Your lowest tests are dropped.

Lowest test grade was %.

2nd lowest test was %.

3rd lowest test was %.

4th lowest test was %.

5th lowest test was %.

6th lowest test was %.

7th lowest test was %.

8th lowest test was %.

Your final counts as tests.

Your final is worth % of your grade.

How does this work?
Usually, teachers will have weighted categories that determine your grade: Homework, Classwork, Test/Quizzes, and the dreadful Final. Because the Final category stays at 0/0, an indeterminate form, all year long, it's counted as the average of all your other categories and does not affect your grade. Therefore, your final grade can be calculated using the formula:

Grade = Exam Worth × Exam Score + (100% − Exam Worth) × Current Grade

It's not rocket science, it's just math! You could, of course, do this on any calculator, but you could come to RogerHub too because it's cool. (:

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Kanye
Sat, 21 Apr 2018 13:20:52 GMT

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Sat, 21 Apr 2018 00:04:49 GMT

I suck at math and it is really confusion today I had a test about math and I got 3 out of ten and all my other class mates got 10 out of 10 or 9 out of 10

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Fri, 20 Apr 2018 23:03:37 GMT

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Fri, 20 Apr 2018 22:36:23 GMT

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Anonnymous
Fri, 20 Apr 2018 20:49:19 GMT

For the classes I take, in order to pass a class you need to get a test average of 75% (not a 75 overall). What formula or method can be used to determine what is needed on the final if passing/failing is based on the test average? Thank you!

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Fri, 20 Apr 2018 19:49:53 GMT

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