# Why do teachers take so long to grade?

## Why do teachers take so long to grade?

They’re waiting for students who didn’t turn in the work to turn it in. This way they can grade and comment on the whole pile at once. This is also why some teachers take a long time to return assignments. We don’t want to return a graded assignment when there are still students who haven’t done the assignment.

**Why do professors take so long to grade?**

Professors, much like some students, sometimes procrastinate since they have other more important things to do in life (perception is everything here) And sometimes people are just busy with things that are a higher priority such as helping students, grant writing, lesson planning, actually teaching….

**How long does it take a professor to grade an exam?**

“As a college/university professor, how much time does it take you to grade final exams per class?”- If they are essay-like answers in an exam booklet, about 10–15 min per student. So a class of 15, 2 or 3 hours. If they are objective exams, about 2 minutes per student. A class of 30, less than an hour.

### Does a 79.5 round up to an 80?

So in many examination reports, the decimal is rounded off to the nearest integer. So 79.5 is written as 80 in examination reports.

**Is 89.5 an A or B?**

Explicit RoundingGradeMinHuman FormA89.589.5 ≤ A ≤ 5 ≤ B 89.5C69.569.5 ≤ C D59.559.5 ≤ D 1 more row•

**Is 89.9 an A or B?**

Calculating Your GPAPercentageLetter GradeGrade Points90 – 93.9 PercentA-3.787 – 89.9 PercentB+3.384 – 86.9 PercentB3.080 – 83.9 PercentB-2.78

#### Does an 89.5 round up to a 90 in high school?

To the nearest WHOLE number: This setting rounds the student’s average to the nearest whole number. With this setting, an 89.4% is rounded to 89%, and an 89.5% is rounded to 90%. To the nearest HALF of a number: This setting rounds the student’s average to the nearest half of a number.

**Is 89.5 A in high school?**

If 90% is an A, 89.5 is an A; 89.4 is a B, because it rounds to 89.