How do I Figure Out my Class Grade Percentage?


To figure out your class grade percentage, you will need to add up your total scores for all assignments and divide by the total number of assignments.
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To figure out your class grade percentage you will need to know the percentage of how much your homework, quizzes, and tests are worth. Add up all of the total points for the total amount of tests, and add up your total scored points on all test. Divide the total amount you have scored over the total points of the tests. For example if you scored 80/100, you will have a B average on the tests. Do this for your homework, and quizzes as well. Add up the points from the homework, quizzes, and tests and divide by the total amount of points. You can find more information here:
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