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Aspose.OMR Grade Calculator is a free online app to easily calculate quiz, test and assignments scores from any device and platform. Enter the total number of questions and the number of wrong answers to get the detailed score information. This grading tool supports two grading systems: standard 5 points and 12 points extended with +/- marks. Use grading chart for a quick reference of grades distribution.
All calculations are based on standard grading system in US schools and universities. You can switch between 5 points and 12 points systems using buttons located above the calculator. Aspose Grade calculator also provides two charts: Quick chart with info on wrong and correct answers for each grade, and Grade chart with a list of grades for all cases of wrong answers.
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How to calculate Test Grades
Enter the total number of questions in your test, exam or quiz.
Type in the number of wrong answers.
The result, including percentage, fraction and letter score will be calculated and displayed.
Use Quick Chart checkbox to display grade distribution chart.
Enter the number of total questions in your test and the number of wrong answers to see the grade. Check the charts to see the detailed information.
Standard 5 points A/B/C/D/F scale is used by default. However, you can select 12 points scale that additionally uses +/- signs by clicking on Extended button above the calculator.
Grade calculator works online and does not require any software installation.
You can use any modern browser to calculate grades, for example, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari.
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Fast and Easy Grade Calculator
Input your data and get your grade calculated. Refer to the grade chart for more detailed information.
Calculate grade from Anywhere
It works from all platforms including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. All files are processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation required for you.
Grade Calculator Quality
All files are processed using Aspose APIs, which are being used by many Fortune 100 companies across 114 countries.
Compare your grade with the table to see how you can improve it.