**To rank solutions, we use a star rating system. Students receive star ratings after completing challenges. The stars are distributed as follows:**

If the challenge is completed, the first star is awarded, for example, in Coding Adventure - all the bananas were collected. Students receive a second star if they apply what they've learned in that chapter (the coding concept the course is associated with), and the third star is awarded for short, concise codes.

**Based on the stars, grading is done as follows:**

A one-star solution is worth 30 points

A two-star solution is worth 80 points

A three-star solution is worth 100 points

**Using the dropdown menu below, teachers can view grades by number, percentage, or letters as per their preference. Numbers are converted to letters as follows:**

An 'A' is equivalent to a grade between 90-100

A 'B' is equivalent to a grade between 80-89

A 'C' is equivalent to a grade between 70-79

A 'D' is equivalent to a grade between 60-69

An 'F' is anything below that

Yellow circles indicate that the student hasn't finished the course. It will be displayed for any student who is not eligible for a final grade, which can include both students who haven't started the course and students who have completed 99%.

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