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How does Sfusd calculate GPA?

How does Sfusd calculate GPA?

At the end of the semester, a Grade Point Average (GPA) is automatically calculated for each student by multiplying the grade points by the number of credits attempted for the course, totaling the grade points, and dividing by the total number of credits attempted.

How is a report card graded?

A typical report card uses a grading scale to determine the quality of a student’s school work. Throughout North America, the grading scale consists of grades scored in classes taken by the student. Report cards are now frequently issued in automated form by computers and may be mailed to parents and students.

What does a plus mean on a report card?

1. Letter Grades. A+, A, A- indicates excellent performance. B+, B, B- indicates good performance. C+, C, C- indicates satisfactory performance.

What grade is a 2 on a report card?

A “2” indicates the student has basic understanding and is partially proficient at meeting grade level expectations. A student receiving a “2” understands the basic concept or skill, but has not yet reached the proficient level.

Is a 3.8 weighted GPA good?

Is a 3.8 GPA good? If your school uses an unweighted GPA scale, a 3.8 is one of the highest GPAs you can get. If your school uses a weighted scale, you may be earning As and A-s in low level classes, B+s in mid-level classes, or Bs and B-s in high level classes.

What is a 70 on a report card?

70 Fail – non-compliance with school’s attendance policy.

What is E on a report card?

E = the student has exceeded the grade level standard(s) M = the student has met the grade level standard(s) P = the student has partially met the grade level standard(s) D = the student did not meet the grade level standard(s)

What does F mean on a report card?

F – this is a failing grade.