Grading Guidelines-Science, Grades 9-12

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2.Twenty-five percent of a student's mark is derived from the laboratory performance as follows:

A = 90-100

  • Consistently displays skills and laboratory reports exceeding requirements.

B = 80-89

  • Often displays skills and does laboratory reports which exceed requirements.

C = 75-79

  • Displays average skill performance and meets average standards for laboratory reports.

D = 70-74

  • Displays minimum standards but does not perform above failing, submits laboratory reports at minimum level.

E = 60-69
F = 0-59

  • Student performance of tasks does not meet acceptable standards.

3.Fifteen percent of student's mark is homework and other projects.

Mark of A

  • Student exceeds homework requirements and actively participates in all classwork.
    Student does research and science project which is entered in science competition beyond school level.

Mark of B

  • Student completes homework as required, participates in class, and does research and science project at school level.

Mark of C

  • Student usually completes homework assignments, may participate in class, and does library research and project at classroom level.

Vol. 07, Issue 26

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