# Exams, Grades & Marks Calculator

Use the simple, easy to use percentage calculator for human beings.

## Grades Calculations Guide

Our Grades Calculator is a user-friendly tool designed to help students and educators quickly calculate average grades and determine the corresponding letter grade. This calculator allows you to input multiple grades, view them in a list, and calculate the overall average.

## How to Use the Grades Calculator

- Enter a grade (0-100) in the input field.
- Click the "Add Grade" button to add the grade to the list.
- Repeat steps 1-2 for all grades you want to include.
- To remove a grade, click the "Remove" button next to the grade in the list.
- Once all grades are entered, click the "Calculate Average" button.
- The calculator will display the number of grades, average grade, and corresponding letter grade.

## FAQ

Q: What grade scale does this calculator use?

A: The calculator uses a standard 100-point scale and converts the average to a letter grade as follows:

A: 90-100

B: 80-89

C: 70-79

D: 60-69

F: 0-59

Q: Can I enter grades with decimals?

A: Yes, you can enter grades with decimals (e.g., 85.5) for more precise calculations.

Q: Is there a limit to how many grades I can enter?

A: There is no set limit to the number of grades you can enter. However, for very large numbers of grades, you may want to consider using a more advanced tool or spreadsheet for better performance.

Q: Does this calculator account for weighted grades?

A: No, this basic version of the calculator treats all entered grades equally. For weighted grades, you would need a more advanced calculator that allows you to input grade weights.

Q: Can I save my entered grades for later?

A: This basic version does not include a save feature. The grades are stored temporarily in your browser's memory and will be lost if you refresh the page or close the browser.

*Remember, while this calculator provides a helpful tool for grade calculations, always refer to your school's specific grading policies and scale, as they may differ from the standard scale used here.*