Assignment grading concern  page 2
Just finished my last class 4510 this past Saturday. It is now Tuesday afternoon and my final paper and final BB postings have not been graded yet in Blackboard. My TA, who has been very nice but... Read More

0Oct 5, '12 by DidiRN GuideQuote from Simply ComplicatedI just looked at the percentage at the bottom of all the grades and figured it out from what was listed. I don't know though if that's the most accurate way of getting the overall grade.Are you guys still waiting on grades? I have grades for all my assignments in the class I took, but no over all grade yet. Anyone know how to calculate what the grade is based on points? Like how many we have out of the total possible?

0Oct 6, '12 by Simply ComplicatedQuote from DidiRNWhat do you mean percentage? I just have X points out of X points. I think I have an A, but curious if it could be A.I just looked at the percentage at the bottom of all the grades and figured it out from what was listed. I don't know though if that's the most accurate way of getting the overall grade.

0Oct 6, '12 by DidiRN GuideQuote from Simply ComplicatedYou know when you go to that grade page that lists all of your grades for all of your assignments? If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of that page, it should show you that percentage that I'm talking about.
What do you mean percentage? I just have X points out of X points. I think I have an A, but curious if it could be A.
Another way I've done it is figure out what percentage your grade is to the total number of points. For example, I've figured out what percentage of the 300 total points is 95%; that will tell you how many points you have to see if you have an A instead of A.
I hope this makes sense. I'm very math challenged personally, and sometimes I have a hard time explaining things like that 
0Oct 6, '12 by Simply ComplicatedQuote from DidiRNYou know when you go to that grade page that lists all of your grades for all of your assignments? If you scroll all the way down to the bottom of that page, it should show you that percentage that I'm talking about.
Another way I've done it is figure out what percentage your grade is to the total number of points. For example, I've figured out what percentage of the 300 total points is 95%; that will tell you how many points you have to see if you have an A instead of A.
I hope this makes sense. I'm very math challenged personally, and sometimes I have a hard time explaining things like that
Hmmm mine doesn't show a percentage. I am completely math illiterate, so I have no clue how to figure that out, lol 
0Oct 6, '12 by cincinursemaryQuote from Simply ComplicatedThey have a weighted grade, so it's not a straight u[ percentage. I think they are doing maintenance on blackboard till monday, so grades don't show up.Are you guys still waiting on grades? I have grades for all my assignments in the class I took, but no over all grade yet. Anyone know how to calculate what the grade is based on points? Like how many we have out of the total possible?
That's the pits though, cause I have to show my grade for tuition reimbursement, and I cant turn it in without the grade. I need tuition reimbursement to help me pay for community this term.
Bad timing. 
0Oct 6, '12 by bushrn75Quote from cincinursemarySorry!!! Is the weighted grade different than the final grade? I hope you get it soon so you can get your money
They have a weighted grade, so it's not a straight u[ percentage. I think they are doing maintenance on blackboard till monday, so grades don't show up.
That's the pits though, cause I have to show my grade for tuition reimbursement, and I cant turn it in without the grade. I need tuition reimbursement to help me pay for community this term.
Bad timing.
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0Oct 11, '12 by cincinursemaryOK this is off topic, but I was amazed. I looked at the course offering for Fall Semester. NRSE 4510 has 43 sections during the fall term with 2 start dates so that is 10 weeks total, each with 30 students, that is 1290 students. multiply by $960 per student is $1,238,400.00 in only 10 weeks.
They are raking it in............ 
0Oct 11, '12 by mtsteelhorseQuote from cincinursemaryThis disgusts me. Meanwhile the courses have become a joke. Can't wait to get the heck outta here...OK this is off topic, but I was amazed. I looked at the course offering for Fall Semester. NRSE 4510 has 43 sections during the fall term with 2 start dates so that is 10 weeks total, each with 30 students, that is 1290 students. multiply by $960 per student is $1,238,400.00 in only 10 weeks.
They are raking it in............