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Again, your performance is graded on how many points you earn. On the portfolio you can earn 100 points, by handing in literature assignments and making the oral presentation you can earn another 25 points. In total, that is a 125 points that you can earn. The final grade is the only one reported to LADOK, and it is calculated as follows:

0–49 p = U
50–74 p = 3
75–99 p = 4
100–125 p = 5

0–49 p = U
50–99 p = G
100–125 p = VG

0-39 p = F
40–49 p = Fx
50–64 = E
65–79 = D
80–94 = C
95–109 = B
110–125 = A

Someone that has achieved extraordinary well without it showing in the points, for instance by being very active in class, sharing knowledge, improving other's work or working hard on common projects, may still be rewarded with a higher grade than the points suggest.

If the portfolio is handed in too late (i.e. after the exact time of the deadline), this costs 6 point + one point per late day. These points are subtracted after having checked if the project scores more than the minimum points; they are only subtracted from the total sum of points. Projects that are handed in later than one exact week after deadline are considere a fail and score zero points.

U, F or Fx: what happens?
Someone who scores U, F or Fx has two choices: 1) To improve one or more of the exercises so that she or he gets more than 49 points. The grade can never be better than 3/G/E, regardless of how brilliant the improvements are. 2) To improve and extend three new exercises plus make two new portfolio projects (very similar to the ones in the first version). In this case the entire portfolio will be re-graded. In this way the grades G, VG / 3, 4, 5 / E, D, C B can be earned (i.e. not an A). .