Possibly. Do you consistently get high scores on tests, yet can't ever seem to get homework done or turned in on time?
This is something I've discovered is very common. Your test scores could be way above the norm, yet you'll find yourself failing or just barely scraping by in class because of the dang homework. It's just too hard to concentrate on it, so you put it off or get distracted and then it doesn't get done.
But poor grades are not a definite indication of ADD. There could be another learning disorder involved. It may be that you just don't learn well in a structured environment. Of course, lack of discipline or desire to apply oneself is another likely possibility.
add up the three grades then divide by three
You add up all of the score/grades and then you divide by the amount of scores/grades total. So if you had 10 scores/grades total you would add them all up and then divide them by 10.
A grade is usually assigned a number as well. To find the average, you will need to add the numbers of the grades. Then, divide the sum by the number of grades there are.
I hate to say this...but not good grades. and how would you know that Soo anyone can add to this answer?? grrrr!!
Take your grades and convert them to numbers, add them up, and then divide by the number of grades.
Under treatments for children that suffer ADD or ADHD, there are numerous answers for parents and carers. Doctors or Health Practitioners are also very helpful.
If your grades are on a 4.0 scale, then you add up all the grades and then divide by the number of grades.However, many schools weight harder classes differently, so it could be that a 2.0 earned in a very hard class may correspond to a 4.0 in an easy class, or a 4.0 in a hard class might actually correspond to a 5.0 or 6.0 in an easy class. Thus, you need to ask the school for a list of classes and how they are weighted for GPA purposes.
You can ask your teacher or add up all your grades. It would be important to know your current GPA in the class and then you could figure it out.
Immediate feedback will be checking your answers with the textbook and with your class notes. Longer-term feedback will be your grades!
Add up all your grades, including the test grade, and then divide by the number of grades. That will give you your GPA.
If all your grades are weighted the same you add all of your grades together, then divide it by the number of grades you have for example: 97 82 35 67 86 43 (my grades not really) divided by 6 because that is how many grades i have = a 68% 68% is my final grade. If they have different weights then you need to multiply the grade by the % its worth.
Add all the marks up and divide by 20 to get the average !
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Usually you can, but it depends on the laws of your state. You would need additional college coursework.
There are a many great ways in which you could add significant figures. You could simply add them with math.
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Add it to itself.
In school, you would add up all the grades, then divide by the amount of numbers added.
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all you have to do first add all the numbers together. then you divide that number from how many grades there were and there's your answer.