

1  <p align='center'><b>Grading Methods</b></p> 


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3  <p>The grading method you choose will determine how your students' grades 


4  are calculated.</p> 


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6  <ul> 


7  <li><b>Simple:</b> For each problem in the set, if the student gets it 


8  correct in any of his attempts, 1 point is awarded. If he fails to 


9  ever do so, 0 points are awarded. The maximum grade a student may recieve 


10  is the number of problems in the set.</li> 


11  <li><b>Deduct Retries:</b> For each problem in the set, the student recieves 


12  some fractional grade equal to the number of correct attempts he had 


13  divided by the number of total attempts. The sum of this value for each 


14  problem is his total grade. The maximum grade a student may recieve is the 


15  number of problems in the set.</li> 


16  </ul> 


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18  <p>If you have another grading method you wish to use, please describe it in 


19  an email to <a href='mailto:pas@truman.edu'>the author of this module</a>. He 


20  will gladly include it in future versions.</p> 