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How do you calculate your grade’s weighted total in percentage?
How do you calculate your grade’s weighted total in percentage?

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  6. Calculate what your weighted average grade is for all of your courses! ... then summed up and this time divided by the total weight or credits, as explained below:. by followersaustralia

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  7. For such calculations I would rather recommend  to use this online grade weight calculator to find out what your final or weighted grades should be. By the way, this grading calculator will help you calculate both alphabetic and percentage grades.

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  8. If you have the following weights:

    Quizzes: 15%, you earned an average of 100

    Homework: 15%, you earned an average of 97.5

    Group Participation: 10%, you earned a 100

    Essay: 50%, you earned an 80

    Midterm/Final: 10%, let’s assume you earned an 85

    Then you would do:
     
    .15(100) + .15(97.5) + .1(100) + .5(80) + .10(85) = 15 + 14.625 + 10 + 40 + 8.5 = 88.125.

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