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Wow, when did the grading scale change?!?!

 

When I went to school it was:

 

94 - 100 = A

85 - 93 = B

78 - 84 = C

65 - 77 = D

64 & Below = F

 

That's how it is here. According to that I have...

 

Music-B

Latin-B

Global-F

Algebra-F

English-D

Biology-D

Phys. Ed.-D

 

Wonderful, I know.

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Wow, I feel for all you guys that are on normal schedules. We operate on the block schedule, so we only have 4 exams, but the classes are 100 min. long.

 

I got:

 

AP Bio-99 (w00t! My first time actually studying for this class paid off)

AP Calc-96 (eh, this was way too easy when compared with some of our recent tests)

AP Euro-90 (I didn't really study at all, so I guess I deserved it)

Mechanical Drafting- Exempted with a 100.

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Wow, when did the grading scale change?!?!

 

When I went to school it was:

 

94 - 100 = A

85 - 93 = B

78 - 84 = C

65 - 77 = D

64 & Below = F

 

that's how it was at my middle school, but when I hit high school, *bam* bombarded by stupid people who amazingly (and somewhat unfortunately) still get A's. Our grading scale is like this:

89.7-100=A

79-89.6=B

69-78=C

65-69=D

<65=F

except in chemistry, where everyone is stupid so they lowered the F to a 58 (I don't know why everyone hates chem so much).

 

Last year I shot for high A's but was bummed when my A+ didn't show up on my transcript. This year I said screw it and I'm just barely eeking out an A in math by the skin of my teeth (I do poorly on all the tests). Still have straight A's though through exams next week.

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I get bothered with pluses.. means I could do better.. BTW, i love block scheduling.

 

my last progress report..

AP US History: B+ (Yes. Is it that interesting? Especially with DBQs and History Analysis. FUNNNN ::lmao:: )

Amer. Lit Honors: B+ (I dont like to read some books)

Sym. Orchestra: A (my teacher gives playing tests. He sticks you in a room, makes you play a passage all while getting recorded by a videotape. Wonderful.)

Biology: A (we get into good discussions.)

Spanish 5-6: A (i have a spanish oral presentation to do.. i havent started it.)

Inter Alg/Trig: A (barely an A. I've been lazy with hw.)

Volleyball: A (all i have to do is attend class..)

two weeks from now, semester finals. two weeks to raise grades, hooray (minimum days! ::love::! 12:35 and schools out!)

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Wow, when did the grading scale change?!?!

 

When I went to school it was:

 

94 - 100 = A

85 - 93 = B

78 - 84 = C

65 - 77 = D

64 & Below = F

 

When I was in school, and it's been quite a while, grades were as follows:

 

90 - 100 = A

80 - 89 = B

75 - 79 = C

70 - 74 = D

Anything below 70 was an F.

 

AND I had to walk 10 miles to school, barefoot in the snow, uphill both ways

 

Well the last part is not really true

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First off, here's my rant. (Yes, wrong topic to a degree)

 

Classes start this coming Tuesday (Jan. 17), grades came out today (Jan. 12). I think the college slacked off a bit on releasing the fall 2005 semester grades.

 

Ok, so here they are...

 

..drumroll, followed by evil music...

 

Intro to Drawing: A

Figure and Composition Drawing: B

Intermediate Algebra:F

 

Not so happy this round...

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