### Understand How Points, Scores, and Percentages Work

 PointsPoints represent how much an assignment is worth in your GradeBook.Score TypeScore Type is how you actually want to enter scores for the assignments, different options are belowRaw ScoreUse this when weighting assignments. For example: My Quiz Raw Score is 20 and  Points is 10, making every question worth half a point. PercentageA percentage may also be used (e.g., entered in the gradebook) to communicate a student's points and score.   Use this if you want to enter a percentage for that assignment that a student got correct.Examples are provided below.Example 1 of Raw Score:For a 10-question assignment that should count as 10 points in the gradebook:Points = 10Raw Score = 10Clyde receives a RAW SCORE of 8 out of 10 which is the same as receiving 8 out of 10 POINTS or a 80 PERCENT.Example 2 of Raw Score:For a 50-question test that should count as 100 points in the gradebook:Points = 100Raw Score = 50Clyde receives a RAW SCORE of 47 out of 50 which is the same as receiving 94 out of 100 POINTS or a 94 PERCENT.Example 3 of Raw Score:For a 100-question quiz that should count as 20 points in the gradebook:Points = 20Raw Score = 100Clyde receives a RAW SCORE of 80 out of 100 which is the same as receiving 16 out of 20 POINTS or a 80 PERCENT.Example 4 of Percentage:For a 50-question test that should count as 50 points in the gradebook:Points = 50Score type = percentageClyde got 76% of the questions right so you entered 76 on your Gradebook for him. This means he got 36 out of 50 points, which is 76% of 50 available points.