Summary: Copyright © 2007 Carnegie Mellon University. All rights reserved.
This manual is based upon work supported by NSF grants MCS81-02870, DCR-8402532,
CCR-8702699, and CCR-9002546, and a grant from Center for Design of Educational Computing,
Carnegie Mellon University. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations are those of the
author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
2007 June 25
Peter B. Andrews
GRADER is a computer program that can be used to maintain, compute, analyze, and print information
about grades. It provides an efficient means of recording grades, and can save many precious end-of-
semester hours by quickly and accurately calculating, ordering, displaying, and printing grades, means and
other statistics. It can also assign letter grades in accordance with the numerical intervals selected by the
teacher, and print these grades with the names of the students.
GRADER is easy to use, and generally prompts the user for required inputs. The easiest way to learn to
use it is to just start and proceed step-by-step.