How do you figure out what you need to pass a class?

• Add up the points you've earned so far in each grade component.
• Subtract this from the number of points necessary for the grade you're wanting to get overall.
• Divide the result by the number of points on the final exam.
• How do I calculate my final grade?

Computing your final grade consists of finding your average in each category, then multiplying it by the percentage of the class it's worth and adding all the adjusted categories together.

What is a passing grade on a final exam?

A passing percentage is 70% or higher. Each college has policies with respect to grades for transferred coursework. You should check with the college you plan to attend to determine its specific grade-posting policies.

## How much will a 60 affect my grade if I have a 96?

1*60. Think of it this way: 90% of your grade is a 96, 10% is a 60, that is represented by (. 9*96)+(. 1*60) = 92.4% total in the class.

## How will my test score affect my grade?

First, calculate the percentage you received on the test by dividing your mark by the total marks. For example, if you scored 18 out of 20, then 18/20 = 90 percent. Secondly, multiply your percentage score on the test by the percentage it is worth of the final grade.