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Re: OT: grading multiple choice

also sprach Ron Johnson <ron.l.johnson@cox.net> [2003.07.20.0215 +0200]:
> Ok, what does that mean?  From my probably flawed reading, it sounds
> like the gov't likes to ensure that grades are as high as possible.

No, just as fair as possible.

> > Moreover, I would like to be able to assign grades such that the
> > average will be a B (5.0 in Switzerland, 2.0 in Germany).
> Grading "on the curve"?


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