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I was wondering if someone knows how to interpret the grade you receive in your detailed performance per question.

If for example I got a 7 on a question does that mean I got between 110-120% of the adjusted standard?

So if a problem has 11 points, can I say the adjusted standard is close to a 6?
and I got between 6.6 to 7.2 over 11?

I am asking the question to try to understand my performance on the past exam.

A follow up question:
If they change the standard performance to an adjusted performance, does that in any way affect the final grade?
Example to explain what I mean:
Q1: (11 Points) -- well answered by most of the students --> less adjustment
Q2: (11 Points) -- poorly answered by most of the students --> more adjustment
If I answer Q2 perfectly but not perform well on Q1 will my final grade be negatively affected because Q2 was adjusted more than Q1?

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