Which two restaurants, when you put them next to each other, sound like grading on the curve?
The answer is…
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Need a transatlantic translation for that one! Grading on the curve? Not sure we’ve invented that here yet!
Oops. I’ll be happy to explain. In some classes that are really hard, few students can get even close to 100% on tests, so the teachers take the highest score and adjust all the other scores so they’re graded in relation to that one. So if the highest score is 70%, for example, then that would be a perfect A+ and 60% would be a B+ and so on down the line. Hence, “when D’s are B’s.” 🙂
Thanks for asking!
Love it! It’s like the plot of The Incredibles – Make everyone super!