I got 898 points out of 1000 points. You needed 900 to get an A-. Grades were already submitted(is it too late?) and I ended up with a B+, so the professor didn’t round up my grade. This is a GE class and known to be an “easy A”. The professor did know me but that is mainly because the class had only 20 people. With a class of 20 people, would the professor have known already that I got 898 points and chosen not round up? Do professors look at the actual score before assigning a grade or is it all computerized?
She teaches 5 sections of the same class so I think she has maybe around 170 students in total.
I rarely participated, even though participation was for a grade and worth 10%( I got 80 out of 100 points in the end still).