Below are some examples of the Moodle gradebook. The links to demo courses allow you to view a Moodle course with the relevant gradebook setup.
Use calculations to assign weights to activities or items in the gradebook.
Best of X
How to set up the Gradebook to use the highest of 'x' amount of activities for calculating the paper's final grade.
Calculation: combine functions
The calculations function provided in the gradebook allows for built-in functions to be leveraged and even combined.
Weighted mean of grades with extra credit
How to set up the Gradebook to allow the use of Extra Credit when using the Weighted Mean of Grades aggregation method.
Highest ratio - 2:1 or 1:2
Using alternating rations to determine which is most favourable for the student.
For when you have activities such as formative quizzes or practise tests:
Navigate to the Gradebook setup page by selecting Grades on the left menu and then Setup.
Add a grade category by clicking on Add category below the Gradebook. Give it a name on the following page - e.g. Non-Graded - and ensure the Aggregation method is set to Weighted mean of grades. Select Save Changes.
Back on the Gradebook setup page set the weight field of the Non-Graded category to 0 and save the changes.
Move Gradebook Items
Select all the Gradebook items to be moved into the Non-Graded category by checking the checkboxes next to each item. Below the Gradebook there is a dropdown box - select the Non-Graded category from the options and the items will be moved to that category.
The items in the Non-Graded category will now not be counted towards the Paper total.