Information: The following Grading scales list outlines all the grading scales offered within Inspera Assessment. If you are interested in adding a type of grading scale to your system, please contact the Service Desk.

When using Inspera Assessment, Planners can set their own grading scales for each assessment, which can be customized to match their course objectives and standards. For example, a planner may choose to use a 100-point grading scale, with a range of 90-100 for an A, 80-89 for a B, and so on. Alternatively, they may choose to use a letter grade scale, such as A-F, or a pass/fail system.

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Grading scale

Use grade scale

The Grading scale must be set in order to activate a test. Within the Assessment settings, select the Grading scale dropdown.

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Grading scale configurations

In order to evaluate the candidates in a predictable and reusable way, predefined grading scales are used. Inspera Assessment supports the following grading scales:

  • Approved/Not Approved
  • Pass / Fail
  • Marked / Not marked
  • Pass-No Credit / Incomplete
  • Resubmit / Pass / Highly Effective
  • 1 to 6 (where "6" is the highest grade and "1" is the lowest grade)
  • 1 to 7 (where "7" is the highest grade and "1" is the lowest grade)
  • 1 to 10 (where "10" is the highest grade and "1" is the lowest grade)
  • 0 to 10 (where "10" is the highest grade and "0" is the lowest grade)
  • 0 to 100 ( where "100" is the highest grade and "0" is the lowest grade)
  • 0.0 to 10.0 (by 0.5 - where "10.0" is the highest grade and "0.0" is the lowest grade)
  • 0.0 to 10.0 (by 0.1 - where "10.0" is the highest grade and "0.0" is the lowest grade)
  • 2.0 to 5.0
  • 1,0 to 5,0 (1,0, 1,3, 1,7, 2,0, 2,3, 2,7, 3,0, 3,3, 3,7, 4,0, 4,3, 4,7, 5,0 - where 1,0 is the highest grade and 5,0 is the lowest grade)
  • A to F (where "A" is the highest grade and "F" is the lowest grade)
  • A to E (where "A" is the highest grade and "E" is the lowest grade)
  • A+ to D- (where "A+" is the highest grade and "D-" is the lowest grade)
  • A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 (where "C2" is the highest grade and "A2" is the lowest grade)
  • VG, G, U
  • AB, BA, B, U
  • F, P, C, D, HD
  • 5, 4, 3, U
  • G, Ux, U
  • G, U
  • BPTC
  • Competence (Competent, Not Yet Competent)
  • Outstanding Competent (Outstanding, Very Competent, Competent, Not Yet Competent)
  • Fail to Excellent (Fail, Sufficient, Satisfactory, Good, Very good, Excellent)
  • Postgraduate (Distinction, Merit, Pass, Fail)
  • Language level (A1, A2, B1, B1+, B2)

 

Marks only

Without converting to a grade, you can utilize the achieved marks as a final result.

Within the Grading scale, select Do not use grade scale.

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