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swami
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Re: Twisted Logic new version!

Post by swami » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:15 am

Graham Banks wrote:
swami wrote:I just use the grading system to evaluate the percentages. If the new version comes along, and scores more and leaps two grades forward from B+ to A+ then that would tell me how much it's improved in specific test.

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80+ S 
75+ A+
70+ A
65+ B+
60+ B
55+ C+
50+ C
45+ D
40+ E
<40 F
What does the "S" stand for?

Cheers,
Graham.
I don't know the actual word that begins with S, but according to Indian Institute of Technology which follows the CGPA system, it appears that S grade is equivalent to "Outstanding" or "Superior"...

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Re: Twisted Logic new version!

Post by swami » Mon Oct 05, 2009 11:29 am

swami wrote:I just use the grading system to evaluate the percentages. If the new version comes along, and scores more and leaps two grades forward from B+ to A+ then that would tell me how much it's improved in specific test.

Code: Select all

80+ S 
75+ A+
70+ A
65+ B+
60+ B
55+ C+
50+ C
45+ D
40+ E
<40 F
Since a lot of engines are going beyond 3100... adding more derivatives to the list. I'm going to follow this revised Grading System:

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85+ S
80+ A+
75+ A
70+ A- 
65+ B+
60  B
55+ C+
50+ C
45+ D
40+ E
<40 F

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Re: Twisted Logic new version!

Post by Graham Banks » Mon Oct 05, 2009 4:39 pm

swami wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
swami wrote:I just use the grading system to evaluate the percentages. If the new version comes along, and scores more and leaps two grades forward from B+ to A+ then that would tell me how much it's improved in specific test.

Code: Select all

80+ S 
75+ A+
70+ A
65+ B+
60+ B
55+ C+
50+ C
45+ D
40+ E
<40 F
What does the "S" stand for?

Cheers,
Graham.
I don't know the actual word that begins with S, but according to Indian Institute of Technology which follows the CGPA system, it appears that S grade is equivalent to "Outstanding" or "Superior"...
Sounds logical. Keep up the good work. :)
gbanksnz at gmail.com

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