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    Eureka is offline Junior Member
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    Smile I have a question about terminology in student assessment

    Hi! teachers

    I have a question about terminology in student assessment. When it comes to assessing student's test relative to those of the other students, is it o.k to say "curved grading" or "grading on the curve"?

    Then, what is the opposite of curved grading? Is it "norm scale grading" of "norm grading"?

    I'd like to know more common terminology. Thanks a million in advance

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    Kondorosi is offline Banned
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    Re: I have a question about terminology in student assessment

    linear grading and bell-curve grading - other methods exist too

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