Grade conversion. Show a grade based on a score

In this article we will explain how to convert a score - our example is out of 30- into a grade - our example from A to F-

If your grade has well-defined percentages and you do not need a 1:1 correlation in the form of a table (e.g. 26 equals A+, 22 equals A) you should use a simple conversion. Explained here in detail

First, we will define your grades. For this, we will create a text grade type (explained here).
In our example it will look like this


The exact percentages are not important unless you are planning to calculate further averages with these grades.
Make sure the highest possible grade has a 100% and the lowest a 0%.

We will now create our grade conversion
Double tap on the header of the column holding the score > Grade type > Edit > Add new grade type > Grade conversion





You will now be able to configure the correlation between values and grades



With your grade conversion configured, you will now be able to assign it to our column.
It will look like this

    13 APR

    iDoceo 5.1 is now available!

    An amazing update with tons of new features. Audio questions in iDoceo Connect, countdown timer, feedback and more

    Read more

    6 JUN

    Create Multiple-choice tests with iDoceo Connect!

    In addition to self-evaluation rubrics, your students can now fill exams online. Supports text and images - in answers and questions - and can easily be imported from an XLS template

    Read more