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Moodle Gradebook - Second Edition by Rebecca Barrington

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Example two – The sum of grades

In this example, we will look at the 'sum of grades' aggregation type. The course has five assignments for the students to complete, each with a different final grade.

With the following screenshot, you can see how this example course has been set up:

Example two – The sum of grades

Note the maximum grades for each assessed activity. The maximum grade for the course is the total of each assessed item within the course.

To change the aggregation type, you will use the same process as the one used previously:

  1. Go to Categories and items.
  2. Change the aggregation type to Sum of grades and click on Save changes at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Now, switch back to ...

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