Assigning a letter grade (A, B, C, D, F)

Design and develop of project to assign a letter grade (A >= 90, B = [80..89], C = [70..79], D = [60..69], and F = [0..59]) to a student's Assignment based on a test score and other criteria.

Use a NumericUpDown control to allow the instructor's assistant to enter a test score between 0 and 100.
Use a group of RadioButton controls to determine the grade on Extra Credit Project #1: None (0 points), Average (3 point bonus), Above average (5 point bonus).
Use a second group of RadioButton controls to select whether a student handed in the assignment on time, with the default being On Time. The other choices are 1 to 2 days late (5 point penalty) and more than 2 days late (automatic score of 0).
Display the final total grade in a read-only TextBox control. Use global variables to keep track of which RadioButton control is checked before determining the final grade.


 

 


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