## CSc 050 Computers and Computing Final Grades

Intangibles like effort and improvement were considered for borderline cases only. "Borderline" means approximately 0.1-0.2% away from the next grade.

### Explanation of statistics:

Mean: the average
Median: the "middle" score (for our class of 18, 9 are at or above the median score and 9 are at or below the median score.)
Mode: the most common score

Grades are computed on the following scale:

• 93+ = A
• 90 - 92.99 = A-
• 87 - 89.99 = B+
• 83 - 86.99 = B
• 80 - 82.99 = B-
• 77 - 79.99 = C+
• 73 - 76.99 = C
• 70 - 72.99 = C-
• 60 - 69.99 = D
• -59.99 = F

How to use the WEIGHTED GRADE column: This column can tell you the maximum possible score that you can still get in the course. If the total % currently in is, say, 30%, and your score is 18%, then that means you are 12% (30-18) short of the maximum. So your maximum possible score for the entire course is 100-12 = 88% = B+. This assumes you don't lose any more points for the rest of the term (which is unrealistic for any human). So just treat it as a way to figure out what is still mathematically possible.

## Hope you enjoyed the class. Happy Holidays!

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