Can I ask my professor to round my grade up?
If your grade is 89.22 percent, don’t ask the professor to consider a bump to 90 percent in order to maintain your GPA.
If you think you might be on the borderline, work hard before the end of the semester and discuss extra credit possibilities ahead of time.
Don’t count on being “rounded up” as a courtesy.
How do you politely ask a professor to change your grade?
Be polite and never place blame on the professor.
Be polite, and never place blame on your professor or his class. Instead, use only “I” statements. Your grade is your responsibility, but your professor could cut you some slack depending on how dedicated you have proven yourself to be in his class.
How do you round up grades?
Select the Grade Settings tab at the top of the page. Select a rounding option from the Rounding drop-down menu: To the nearest WHOLE number: This setting rounds the student’s average to the nearest whole number. With this setting, an 89.4% is rounded to 89%, and an 89.5% is rounded to 90%.
Will a professor raise a final grade?
I’m sorry to say this, but, that is not the way it works. The professors cannot (usually) and will not (usually) increase your grade above the one which you earned solely because you may lose your scholarship.