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  • nounrank, step
  • nounincline, slope
  • verbevaluate, rank

synonyms for grade

  • category
  • class
  • classification
  • condition
  • degree
  • level
  • quality
  • size
  • standard
  • brand
  • caliber
  • division
  • echelon
  • estate
  • form
  • gradation
  • group
  • grouping
  • league
  • mark
  • notch
  • order
  • pigeonhole
  • place
  • position
  • rung
  • stage
  • station
  • tier
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At London Metropolitan University, around 200 students “self-released” from places they had accepted after teacher-assessed grades were accepted — around 50 percent more than in a normal year.
UK UNIVERSITIES PREDICTED A COVID-19 CRASH. THEY GOT THE OPPOSITEFIONA ZUBLINSEPTEMBER 17, 2020OZY
During the first half of 2020, many students have fallen behind academically as they’ve relied on remote learning, which will make it harder for many to meet grade level expectations.
CLOSING SCHOOLS FOR COVID-19 HURTS STUDENTS’ FINANCIAL FUTUREALEXANDRA OSSOLASEPTEMBER 10, 2020QUARTZ
On the final test, they scored more than a full letter grade better, on average, than did students who studied the way they normally had.
TOP 10 TIPS ON HOW TO STUDY SMARTER, NOT LONGERKATHIANN KOWALSKISEPTEMBER 9, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Research shows, for instance, that when curriculum is made ethnically relevant for students, dropout rates go down and grades and attendance go up.
CREATIVE SCHOOL PLANS COULD COUNTER INEQUITIES EXPOSED BY COVID-19SUJATA GUPTASEPTEMBER 8, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
When spring semester ended that first year, I had good grades, and books I no longer needed, but I did not have fifty cents to my name.
WHAT I LEARNED FROM 5 YEARS OF CLEANING AIRPLANES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHTMATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 30, 2020FORTUNE
This is the filter grade commonly used by hospitals, and is widely considered effective for removing coronavirus from the air.
CAN AN AIR PURIFIER HELP PROTECT YOU FROM COVID-19?DZANEMORRISAUGUST 22, 2020FORTUNE
While hundreds of companies are included in OpenInvest’s Racial Justice Cause, only 70 of the S&P 500 currently make the grade.
A YEAR AFTER LAUNCHING A ‘RACIAL JUSTICE’ INVESTING TOOL, OPENINVEST ADDS 13 COMPANIES TO ITS LIST—AND CUTS SEVEN UNDERPERFORMERSREYMASHAYEKHIAUGUST 20, 2020FORTUNE
Cajon Valley serves grades K-8 and has roughly 17,000 students.
THE LEARNING CURVE: ONE SCHOOL DISTRICT STAYED OPEN – AND DIDN’T HAVE PROBLEMSWILL HUNTSBERRYAUGUST 13, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
So I was taking this course in my first semester and I received such a low grade.
BEFORE WORKING ON SPACECRAFT, THIS ENGINEER OVERCAME SELF-DOUBTCAROLYN WILKEAPRIL 7, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
She got good grades, but some school staff said she shouldn’t aim so high.
THIS SCIENTIST WANTS TO KNOW HOW RACIAL DISCRIMINATION GETS ‘UNDER THE SKIN’ESTHER LANDHUISMARCH 18, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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WORDS RELATED TO GRADE

  • accord
  • allocate
  • arrange
  • clarify
  • conclude
  • conform
  • coordinate
  • doctor
  • fiddle with
  • fine-tune
  • fix up
  • grade
  • methodize
  • modify
  • organize
  • reconcile
  • regulate
  • settle
  • sort
  • standardize
  • straighten
  • systematize
  • tally
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