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    Grade Possibilities

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    Pull out your Android whenever you get a graded assignment back and let the app calculate the lowest grade you need on EACH remaining assignment to reach your target score!

    So let's say you didn't do that great on your last exam. You know from your syllabus that you have two exams, three quizzes, and five homework assignments left. The problem is that exams are worth 70% of your grade, quizzes are worth 20%, and homework is worth 10%. Can you still make that A at the end of the semester?

    I have created this little calculator in hopes that it will be useful for students like me. This app will ALWAYS be free and I strongly value any community input in improving it. If you would like to see features, have trouble, or have anything at all to say about this, please provide feedback... I'll listen!

    Features:

    - Grade tracker: Saves multiple classes.
    - Supports weighted average calculation.
    - Supports classes with summed point grading schemes.
    - Allows grading schemes to be saved as templates. (Template files are saved to SD card and can be given to friends.)
    - Templates can be edited as text files for quick corrections.

    Users review

    from 13 reviews

    "Great"

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    Users comments for Grade Possibilities

    Thao Dinh

    by Thao Dinh

    May 02, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome!

    Bethany Morrow

    by Bethany Morrow

    Jun 01, 2014  |  "Great"

    I've been looking like crazy for an app that can track my different grades throughout the semester. And let me tell you the apps on the andriod market leave a lot to be desired. This is the BEST I have found yet. My only complaint is that I wish I could store different semesters and also have a GPA calculator? But those aren't that necessary considering that I can look at my transcript. Overall a

    Sooki Han

    by Sooki Han

    Dec 14, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Doesn't even work... words overlap each other