It usually means In Progress ...meaning the class has not ended or the student has not completed the coursework yet, but still has time to finish.
You have a class with an Incomplete grade. Some work has not been handed in or a test not taken.
IP means Internet Protocol
The grade speaks for itself. If you mean a letter grade, that would depend on the grade-scale which would depend on how hard the test or exercise was. In my grade school that score would have been a "C'. In my college classes, a "B".
You passed 7th grade and all other grades below it an now are in 8th grade. (At least in America.) Cuz in US, you have kindergarten, then 1st-12th grade, and then college. :)
If by THEY you mean people that are looking at your past records for college, then yes.
it does 10 grade
The order is Freshman - 9th grade or first year of college Sophomore - 10th grade or second year of college Junior - 11th grade or third year of college Senior - 12th grade or fourth/last year of college
The IP Address identifies a PC on a network. Source: I am an IT student in College :)
IP stands for instrument panel.
College does not follow "grade numbering" and one may remain in college as long as one wants to get additional degrees.