Grading patterns

Different grading patterns in the world The grading pattern can be based on frequency distribution of grades, with a cut-off of absolute marking. Let us assume that a paper has the highest marks of 100, and the maximum that the students score is 76, with the second highest being 68. Then, an absolute cut-off is taken for a grade of A+, A, and so on, based on the frequency distribution of the grades attained. At least, 5-12 percent points of the students can be on A+. If the average grade and the last grade is decided, then an equal representation…