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    Gradebook - Loss lowest score (Excel 2002)

    Is there any way to use this templates, and include a provision for dropping the lowest score on a set of exams? In one of my classes, I give six exams during the year, and then drop the lowest when I
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    Re: Gradebook - Loss lowest score (Excel 2002)

    Not sure where scores are going. But generic equation (to calc average) is:
    =(sum(range)-min(range))/(count(range)-1)

    Where range is the range of interest containing the scores
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    Re: Gradebook - Loss lowest score (Excel 2002)

    Please review my attachment. I Have the scores in now. Please show me the formula...
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    Re: Gradebook - Loss lowest score (Excel 2002)

    Put the following formula in C20

    =(SUM(G21:L21)-SMALL(G21:L21,1))/5

    This takes the sum of range G21 through L21 less the smallest number in the group and divides by 5.

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    Re: Gradebook - Loss lowest score (Excel 2002)

    See if the formula in C20:C59 does what you want.
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