For a variety of assessments, we use a scale of Further Evidence Required, Achieved. This gives a maximum grade of 2
To achieve the assessments, learners must get all marking criterion correct. (i.e., achieve 100%).
Each criterion is marked out of 0 or 1. Some use marking guides, others use rubrics. The number of criterion varies between assessments, however it is always more than 5, sometimes climbing over 20.
- When using this scale with a rubric, missing a single criterion results in the correct grade of Further Evidence Required.
- When using a marking guide, a student received the incorrect grade of Achieved if they achieve a score of 1 in 50% or more of the criterion.
This suggests to me that rubrics are rounding to total down to the the scale entry, while marking guides are rounding up.
Advanced grading is telling me that the marking guide has a maximum grade of 1, but I cant see where it's getting this from. Both the assignment grade setup and gradebook setup are suggesting the maximum grade is 2.
How do I get a marking guide to correctly round down to the lower scale entry, not the upper one?
This scale is below:
The grade setup:
Thanks in advance!