## CS302 Final Grades - Fall, 2018

### James S. Plank

This is how grading occurred in Spring, 2017. Grading for fall, 2018
will be very much like this; however, it may not be identical. When I know exactly
how grading will go, I will post it here.

The grading scale is as follows:
- A+: 95 - 100
- A: 90 - 95
- A-: 87 - 90
- B+: 83 - 87
- B: 80 - 83
- B-: 77 - 80
- C+: 73 - 77
- C: 70 - 73
- C-: 67 - 70
- D+: 63 - 67
- D: 60 - 63
- D-: 57 - 60
- F: 0-57

Your lab score was divided by 1000 and multiplied by 47 percent.
Your number of lab attendances was divided by 14 and multiplied by 3 percent.
To convert the midterm and final to a score,
I use the following procedure:

double A = 90.0;
double B = 80.0;
double C = 70.0;
double D = 60;
double test_convert(double score, double top, double a,
double b, double c, double d)
{
if (score >= a) {
return (score - a)/(top - a) * (100.0-A) + A;
} else if (score >= b) {
return (score - b)/(a - b) * (A-B) + B;
} else if (score >= c) {
return (score - c)/(b - c) * (B-C) + C;
} else if (score >= d) {
return (score - d)/(c - d) * (C-D) + D;
} else {
return (score)/d * (D);
}
} |

The midterm scores are converted with:

test_convert(rscore, 100, 65, 50, 40, 30);

and the final scores are convered with:
test_convert(rscore, 95, 77, 62, 47, 37);

I counted the midterm and final 25% each.

Final tally: 9 A+'s, 13 A's, 7 A-'s, 11 B+'s, 5 B's, 5 B-'s, 7 C+'s, 2 C's, 5 C-'s, 2 D+'s 2 D, multiple F's.