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I'm wondering how the exams are actually marked. For example after my Chem exam I attempted to calculate my grade by just adding up multiple choice, section 2 and my predicted assignment mark and just dividing the total by 120 and multiplying by 100. So say on multiple choice I got 18(out of 20) and on section 2 I got 58 (out of 80) and assignment I got 15 (out of 20). Would that be 91/120X100 for a percentage of 75.8%? I've heard people talking about scaling and I honestly have no clue what this is? Can someone who knows explain the system used to mark and my percentage using said method from the marks listed above? I'm really worried that I've actually done worse in exams than I thought so just want to clarify this to avoid disappointment on results day lol. Thanks very much
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Yeah, mark/120 times 100.
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