A Grading Schema of pass/fail (Satisfactory/ Not Yet Satisfactory, Completed/ Not Completed, Attended/Absent) is based on percentage ranges. i.e. if a student scores 88% in a particular schema a pass will be displayed in grade centre.

Note:  If you set the column as out of 1, if you enter 0 fail is displayed, if you enter 1 Pass is displayed. 

pass/fail grading schema

Copy a schema

Note: It is quicker to edit a copy of an existing Grading Schema then to create a new one.

  1. Click on the Manage button in the Grade Centre.
  2. Select Grading Schema from the drop down menu.

click on grading schema

  1. Click on the arrow button next to the Letter grade schema.
  2. Select Copy from the drop down list.

click on copy

  1. Click on the arrow button next to the Letter(2) grade schema.
  2. Select Edit from the drop down list.

Schema Information

  1. Enter a title for the grade schema in the Name textbox.
  2. Optionally, enter information on the grading schema in the Description textbox.

put in name and description

Schema Mapping

  1. Click on Delete Row buttons until you have the required number of rows.
  2. If required, click on Insert Row buttons to add additional rows.
  3. Enter the lower boundary of each grade in the Grades Scored Between textboxes.
  4. Enter the lower boundary of each grade in the Will Calculate as textboxes.

Note: If you enter the grade symbol (number, letter, word) in a grade centre column using the grading schema, the percentage in the Will Calculate as column will be stored in the Grade Centre. Even if you are not going to use this feature, the Will Calculate as column must be completed before you can submit the grading schema.

  1. Enter the grade symbol (number, letter, word) in the Will Equal textboxes.

put in schema mapping

  1. Click on the Submit button.

click submit

Using a Grade Schema

Note: When creating a column in Grade Centre any Grading Schemas you have created will be options Primary Display list and set the points possible to 1.  i.e. If you select your Pass/Fail grades schema, when you enter a 0 or 1 in the column, the Pass/Fail grade will automatically be displayed.

grade a cell

Refer to Create Column, guide for information on using Grading Schemas.