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 / Incompleted
- 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)
- 0.0 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
- 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)
- 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)
- Language level (A1, A2, B1, B1+, B2)

The Grading scale has to be set to activate a test. In Assessment settings tab in Deliver tool, select one from the list.