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Meets-Exceeds in IC Gradebook

I just met with a teacher about how to use the meet-exceeds grading scale when you create an assignment. You can assign the scale to an assignment by changing the "Scoring Type" in the "Assignments" tab when you create (or edit) and assignment.

When you use that "Scoring Type", you can now use letters in your gradebook instead of using numbers. Here are the letters you can use and what percent Infinite Campus will calculate it as:

Gradebook Letter What it means What it is calculated as
E Exceeds 97.5
M Meets 89.5
PM Partially Meets 78.5
NM Not Meeting 71.5
I Incomplete 0
P Pass 69.5
F Fail 0
W Withdrawn 0


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