For partial fulfillment in CS FE1
Chapter 1 – Introduction
1. – Introduction and its Background
Automation has had a notable impact in a wide range of industries beyond manufacturing (where it began). Once-ubiquitous telephone operators have been replaced largely by automated telephone switchboards and answering machines. Medical processes such as primary screening in electrocardiography or radiography and laboratory analysis of human genes, sera, cells, and tissues are carried out at much greater speed and accuracy by automated systems. Applying automation to Grading systems wherein it will also make a task easy and accurate.
2. – Background of the Problem
Since San Sebastian College Recoletos began over 4 years ago, many things in this school have gone from manual to automate. And because a typical problem in a starting school are Grading systems, I noticed that this system does not exist in this school. We all know that making an Automated Grading System means making the task for professors in computing and calculating grades will become easy and not only that the professors will have an advantage but the students will also get a gain, because it will also improve accuracy of calculations thus making the what we call “Hula of Grades” will become non – existent in the future of San Sebastian Recoletos.
3. – Statement of the Problem
San Sebastian College Recoletos – Canlubang lacks a centralized grading system. It doesn’t have a standalone program that will accept input, compute grades and print class cards all in a same program.
4. – Objectives of the Study
To have a fully implemented program that will help to ease jobs of professors and that student can rely on having an accurate grade.
• Objective Grading Format
• Calculates individual student grades
• Collects and displays data for Outcomes Assessments (Standard 1-1)
5. – Significance of the Study
Like I stated above that it is badly needed so that more professors will lessen their working hours of computing and students can have assurance that their grade is computed with accuracy. 6. – Scope and Limitations
The scope of the program will mainly focus on professors and faculty members that are teaching and computing grades for students. It will only search for a student in a professors load, accept input, compute the grades and it can print class cards for students. 7. – Definition of Terms
Chapter 2 – Review of Related Literature
2.1 A – Foreign Literature
2.1 B – Local Literature
2.1 C – Foreign Studies
2.1 D – Local Studies
Automated Grading System
EDUARDO BARRETTO SR. NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
AUTOMATED GRADING SYSTEM
A Research Presented to
PROF. JACQUELINE B. ALAVA
Computer Studies Department
City College of Calamba
In Partial Fulfillment of
The Requirements in
System Analysis and Design
Canta, Lester U.
Estonilo, Garry Lou M.
Lopez, King Carlson D.
PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
The grade of a student is a scale which determines students who need more improvement and require more assistance which will help teachers in guiding them towards their development. It also shows where students excel most so they can be honed and encouraged to continue their good work, improve more, and aim higher. At the end, it will be the reference for the judgment of whether a student can step up to a higher level of learning or remain to be polished. From these reasons, it is clearly concluded how important it is to make sure that the grades of the students are accurately calculated and safely stored in a well-founded database.
It is understood that in the traditional grading system, where only calculators and papers are present, it is very difficult and time-consuming to compute grades. Errors are more likely to occur and papers are not very reliable form...