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check all the marks with if function if mark is less than 35 give the total mark else give the rank

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02/01/2013

Check all the Marks with IF Function if Mark is less than 35 give the total mark else give the rankfor Ex:;if(Or(m1<35,m2<3,m3<35,.....),TotalMark,Grade)) [enter]here m1,m2,m3 ...are the cells denoting Marks, Totalmark is the cell Showing total marks andGrade is the grade applied for the condition. here also you can use one more if function to findthe grade among A,B,C,D,EFirst this function check whether any of the given marks are less than 35. if any of the marks isless than 35 it will get the answer TRUE for the OR Function and you will get the Totalmark CellVAlue, else it will go to Grade Clause.
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At the end of each term, do you find yourself spending precious hours calculating grades by hand? Perhapsit's time to step into the computer age.Using a few basic formulas and a little organization, you can transform a simple Microsoft Office Excel 2003worksheet into an easy-to-use electronic gradebook that calculates student grades for you.This article guides you through step-by-step instructions for creating an electronic gradebook in Excel 2003for your elementary, middle, or high school classes.
Getting started
To set up your electronic gradebook:1.In Excel, create a new workbook.2.Type a title, class number, subject, and other relevant information in any cell at the top of theworksheet.
3.
Rename the sheet tab, which appears at the bottom of the screen, with the grade level, subject,or period. To do this, on the
Format
Sheet
, and then click
Rename
.4.In column A, type student information (student names, ID numbers, for example) vertically. Useadditional columns for phone numbers and e-mail addresses of parents and for other relevantinformation.

NOTE
If this information exists on another Excel worksheet or in a Microsoft Office Word 2003 table,copy the information and paste it onto the new worksheet.
5.
Label the following columns
Total Points
,
Percentage
, or
6.
The next column starts the beginning of the assignment headings — each assignment will begiven its own column. To create the traditional gradebook appearance and to save space, type eachassignment heading so that it prints vertically. To do this, select the column, and then click
Cells
onthe
Format
Alignment
tab, drag the red diamond under
Orientation
upward so that thetext will print at a 90-degree angle, and then click
OK
.
To create an electronic gradebook in which each assignment is given a point value:
1.
Reserve a row under the assignment headings to enter the total possible points for eachassignment. Type
Total Possible Points
in the first cell in the row.
2.
To the right of the student information column, reserve a column and label it
Total Points
. Ineach cell in this column, type
=sum(A#:Z#)
, where
A
and
Z
represent the first and last assignmentcolumns and
#
represents the row number.
3.
To the right of the Total Points column, reserve another column and label it
Percentage
. In eachcell in this column, type
=A#/B#
, where
A#
represents the cell where a student's total number of points appears and
B#
represents the cell where the total possible points for all assignments appear.
NOTE
B#
will reference the same cell for each student.
4.
To convert the results from a decimal to a percentage, select the Percentage column. On the
Format
Cells
. On the
Number
tab, in the
Category
list, click
Percentage
and then click
OK
.

To create an electronic gradebook where each assignment is graded in terms of a percentage score, insteadof points:
1.
To the right of the student information column, reserve a column to reflect a student's averagescore and label the reserved column
Average
.
2.
In each cell in this column, type
=average(A#:Z#)
, where
A
and
Z
represent the first and lastassignment columns and
#
represents the row number.
TIP
To average scores quickly:1.Select the cell where the average score should appear.
2.
On the
Insert
Function
. The
Insert Function
dialog box appears.
3.
Under
Select a function
, click
Average
, and then click
OK
. The
Function Arguments
dialogbox appears.
4.
Under
AVERAGE
, type the range of cells that you want to average, and then click
OK
.
To assign more weight to tests and quizzes in comparison with regular assignments:
1.
In the column after the test or quiz to be weighted, starting with the first student, type
=A#
,where
A
stands for the previous column letter and
#
stands for the current row number. If, for example, a quiz grade of 100% is listed in cell C3, the formula in cell C4 would read
=C3
, thuscounting the quiz grade twice. To count the grade three times, just type the same formula in the cell inthe next column. In this example, that would be cell C5.
2.
When finished entering weighting formulas, hide the columns that contain the weightedformulas. To do this, select the entire column, right-click, and then click
Hide
. This does not changethe formulas, but this does make the gradebook easier to read. (To identify hidden columns, check thecolumn letters. If a letter is missing, that column is hidden. For example, if the column headings read"A C", column B is hidden. To unhide a column, select the columns on both sides of it, right-click, andthen click
Unhide
. To unhide all columns in a worksheet, select all columns, right click, and click
Unhide
.)