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Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator

Gradient keeps track of your current and predicted grades

Gradient keeps track of your current and predicted grades

Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator

by Ross Castillo
Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator
Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator
Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator

What is it about?

Gradient keeps track of your current and predicted grades.

Gradient Grades – Grade Calculator

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
(40)
Size
12Mb
Genre
Education Utilities
Last updated
October 13, 2015
Release date
October 3, 2015
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App Store Description

Gradient keeps track of your current and predicted grades.

Ever wonder what score you need on an exam to get an A in the class? Of course you have. Because whether you're acing a class or failing, it feels better to know where you stand. Now you can see what scores you need for the grade you want.

Use Gradient to record your current grades –– and predict your final grades based on assignments that you have yet to complete.

Here's how it works:
1. Set parameters for a course you want to track: things like grading scale and whether certain sections of the course are weighted differently.
2. Enter scores for assignments you've completed ... and enter predicted scores for assignments you haven't done yet.
3. As you complete coursework, mark predicted assignments as "completed" and adjust your scores accordingly.
4. Keep up with your Gradient and experiment with predicted scores. The goal is all green!

Technical mumbo-jumbo:
All grades are calculated using numbers rounded to three decimal places. The percent value shown for grades does not display decimals. This is just to save space. The values are truncated, NOT rounded. For example, an 87.4 and an 87.5 will both show up as an 87. The letter grade depends on the grade scale you set. So, if you set a B+ as an 87.5, an 87.5 would show up as a B+ and an 87.4 would show up as a B.

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