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About Grades

A Word About Grades

It is important for you to read and understand the grading policy that each of your instructors establish for each of your courses. If you have any questions about assignment, quiz, test, exam, or your course grade, then immediately contact your instructor in that course.  The use of the D2L grade book is up to the discretion of each instructor at GHC. Therefore, be sure to ask each of your instructors as to whether or not they will use the grade book here in D2L.

How to View Your Grades

To check your grades on assignments, discussion, quizzes, and tests,

On the course navbar, select Grades

You can see your individual grades, as well as the grade formula used to evaluate you. Depending on how your instructor sets up the D2L grade book, you might be able to view comments and overall class performance statistics as well.

Note: Bonus grade items are displayed without the grade formula because they are added to the final grade after other calculations and may not adhere to the established grade scheme. Therefore you can only view the numeric value and possibly the weight of a bonus grade.

Where do I go to see my final grades?

Your final grades in each of your course will be posted in your transcript with you can find within SCORE. Instructors may or may not post the final grades D2L. Therefore, its recommends viewing final grades from your transcript.
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Why can't I see my grade?

If you can’t see your grade, the grade has not been published yet. Contact the instructor for more information about when the grade will be available for viewing. If the instructor has already stated that the grade should be available, contact the instructor and inform them that your grade is still not visible.
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Why does my grade say "Dropped"?

If your grade says "Dropped", the instructor:

In either case, contact the instructor of the course for more information.