Details

Type: Bug

Status: Closed

Priority: Major

Resolution: Fixed

Affects Version/s: 1.8.0a4

Component/s: GWT Client

Labels:None

QA Status:PASS
Description
Scantron and Clicker Import scores are # right of X # of questions
This is fine for points gradebooks, but % and Letter Grade gradebooks expect the imported value to be a % or Letter Grade.
When importing into a % gradebook, then the import process needs to
1) determine the maximum points (=number of questions) either by asking the user, or by allowing the user to provide the points in the import preview spreadsheet (default is currently 100 there) before the following calculation occurs,
2) calculate the percentage grade by dividing the imported score by the input maximum points value.
3) proceed with the import process for actual percentage values.
When importing into a Letter Grades gradebook, then the import process needs to
1) determine the maximum points (=number of questions) either by asking the user, or by allowing the user to provide the points in the import preview spreadsheet (default is currently 100 there) before the following calculation occurs,
2) calculate the percentage grade by dividing the imported score by the input maximum points value.
3) look up the letter grade that corresponds to the calculated percent score
4) proceed with the import process for actual letter grade values.
This is fine for points gradebooks, but % and Letter Grade gradebooks expect the imported value to be a % or Letter Grade.
When importing into a % gradebook, then the import process needs to
1) determine the maximum points (=number of questions) either by asking the user, or by allowing the user to provide the points in the import preview spreadsheet (default is currently 100 there) before the following calculation occurs,
2) calculate the percentage grade by dividing the imported score by the input maximum points value.
3) proceed with the import process for actual percentage values.
When importing into a Letter Grades gradebook, then the import process needs to
1) determine the maximum points (=number of questions) either by asking the user, or by allowing the user to provide the points in the import preview spreadsheet (default is currently 100 there) before the following calculation occurs,
2) calculate the percentage grade by dividing the imported score by the input maximum points value.
3) look up the letter grade that corresponds to the calculated percent score
4) proceed with the import process for actual letter grade values.
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GRBK752 Analysis for improvements the import/export process (Wizard)
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Michael Wenk
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I do not understand what is asked of here.
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Michael Wenk
added a comment  I do not understand what is asked of here.