By Anon - / Saturday 13 April 2019 06:00 / United States - Medford
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  RichardPencil  |  27

There are different systems. My current system is only A, B, C, D, F, no pluses or minuses.

My previous school allowed pluses and minuses, but not A+ or C-. (C- is a typical grade to give to effectively fail a student without the administrative hassle of issuing a failing grade.)

  zuckerburg  |  21

Even if he only lost 19 points, based on the math, this dipshit didn't get a D, he probably didn't get an A again and is whining about it thinking we don't know how to check math

By  johnjk  |  0

I don’t think your math is right. If you can get 20% of the lost points back and this equates to 3.8 points then it implies you lost a total of 19 points on the test which would make your original grade an 81%. So you got a B, not a D - congrats!

By  1gullible_bugger  |  27

I'm a teacher, that's how it works. All the hard questions are worth more marks. it would be silly to make all the easy questions worth 10 points. I don't know how you study math, but practice makes perfect. It's the only way to learn math. better luck next time, don't blame the teacher. at least not entirely.

By  bkwusa  |  15

At least with a D+ you only need a C in the next test to average it back out to a C- for both tests. If you stick with the D then you will need a C+ to average it out to a C-... So it is still worth the effort to get the points!!