What are Grading Profiles
Grading scale is any standardized measurement based on which the performance of a student can be assessed.
Before creating exam, it is mandatory to create the different grading profiles used in the school based on which the school evaluates the students’ performance. Grading profile is used in exams which either follow grade system or both Marks & Grades.
Grading profile are of two types –
- Direct Grades – Grades are not based on marks but is applied directly.
- Marks based grades – Grades are derived based on marks.
Steps to create grading profile -
1. Menu >> Academics >> Gradebook >>Settings >> Grading Profiles >> Click on create a grading profile
You can either enable the description to be displayed in the report card or disable the description.
2. Add grades
Guide to use Gradebook
Gradebook in the institution portal follows the below steps. Gradebook Settings Grading Profiles Attribute Profiles Activity Profiles Remark Bank Exam Planners Import Planner Create Exam Plan Add Exams Customize grade book Link classes Manage ...
Grading Setting Steps
Grade book Complete the settings: Add all attributes, activities, Grading scale and remarks as per your report cards Create the planner. Multiple planners need to be created if exam pattern is different Link the planner with classes: Home >Grade ...
What is Normal grading system?
nstitutions that do not follow a specific grading system can use the default ‘Normal’ grading system. The Normal grading system enables institutions to evaluate a student’s performance and award students Marks, Grades, or Marks and Grades. A ...
How to assign grading system to Years?
While creating a Year there is an option to select a grading type. Choose the grading type and save as shown. The selected grading system is applicable to the specified Year.
How to set up grading levels?
A grading level is the grade and corresponding range of marks that a teacher can award when marking a student’s assessment or exam answer sheet. At the top of your dashboard, click the module access icon > Academics > Examination > Settings > Set ...