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Old Jan 14, 2013, 06:30 AM   #1
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Good app for keeping track of grades? (student)

I'd like a Mac App that I can use to track my grades at university.

I know iStudiez Pro does this, but I'd like an app that only tracks grades (I use iCal to plan my time etc).

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Old Jan 14, 2013, 07:27 AM   #2
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Do you just need to record them....as in Pages, or Numbers spreadsheet.....or....do some math with them? I would think a Numbers spreadsheet should do anything you need done.
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Old Jan 14, 2013, 08:57 AM   #3
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Do you just need to record them....as in Pages, or Numbers spreadsheet.....or....do some math with them? I would think a Numbers spreadsheet should do anything you need done.
Numbers would be great, but it would take forever to make a good spreadsheet. I'd need to weight all my units accordingly, use IF statements, conditional formatting, manually make all the graphs/charts etc etc etc.

Surely there's an app out there that does all this, but in a very simple way?
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If Numbers would suffice, you could try to look for ready-made grade trackers on the web. Many people publish their templates for others to use freely.

Additionally, I use iStudiez Pro for recording my grades. It brings in iCal data so I still get that aspect while using the calendar entry option I prefer. iStudiez meets my needs for weighting, gpa averaging, homework tracking etc. The only issue I encounter is when I run into a course that uses points verse percentages for weighting.
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If Numbers would suffice, you could try to look for ready-made grade trackers on the web. Many people publish their templates for others to use freely.

Additionally, I use iStudiez Pro for recording my grades. It brings in iCal data so I still get that aspect while using the calendar entry option I prefer. iStudiez meets my needs for weighting, gpa averaging, homework tracking etc. The only issue I encounter is when I run into a course that uses points verse percentages for weighting.
So iStudiez Pro integrates with iCal?

So putting all my lectures into iCal will also mean it appears in iStudiezPro?
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So iStudiez Pro integrates with iCal?

So putting all my lectures into iCal will also mean it appears in iStudiezPro?
That's correct. On the iOS version I can even create iCal events from within iStudiez pro. I imagine it's the same on the Mac version.
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Old Jan 14, 2013, 12:31 PM   #7
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Bento might be of interest. I remember seeing a template designed specifically for classroom use and grade tracking etc...Seems to integrate with Mac applications very well.

http://www.filemaker.com/products/bento/mac.html

Found a link to a example template:

http://solutions.filemaker.com/datab...serial=2550616

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That's correct. On the iOS version I can even create iCal events from within iStudiez pro. I imagine it's the same on the Mac version.
Brilliant. I'll give it a try.

Thanks for all your replies everyone!
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