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Credit on Final Mark Scenario

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The following rules apply when you issue credit on the Final mark:

  • Credit issues on a Once-Per-Year mark type.
  • Each course in the Master Schedule should have this mark type as well as a mark type that is issued multiple times per year, such as MP.
  • Credit calculates on the local course and moves to the state course when you run the Build Course Equivalencies (BCE) option.
  • On the PEIMS Course page, every course must have a single-digit course sequence code. Typically, the sequence will be 1, 2, or 0.

Mark Reporting Configuration

  1. Navigate to the MR Building Configuration page.
  2. Select C - At the Student Course Level for Assign Credit Overrides.

Mark Types

  1. Navigate to the Mark Types page.
  2. Define the final mark type in the Once Per Year section.
  3. Enter at least one mark type in the Multiple Times Per Year section.

Average Setup

This scenario does not require an average setup, though your district may decide to use one.

Assign Course Credit Setup

  1. Navigate to the Course Credit Setup page.
  2. Select Use Courses Not Ended.
  3. Select the final mark type for Mark Types for Credit.
  4. Leave Issue Partial Credit and Use Average Marks Rule blank.
  5. Configure the Absence Rules section as needed.

Course Equivalency Setup

  1. Navigate to the Course Equivalency Setup page.
  2. Complete the fields as follows.



Absences to Upload

Configure as needed.

Local Course Combination

Select One Part and Two Parts.

Copy Subject Area to State Courses

Select this field.

Course Retake Rule

Configure as needed.

Report Cards Data Warehouse Information

Select R – Include Regular Courses Only.

Transcript Data Warehouse Information

Select B – Include State and Non-Linked Regular Courses.

Assign Course Credit Calculation

Select R – Use Regular Courses Only.

Mark Types Setup

Select both final mark type and marking period mark type.

Course Equivalency Definition

Navigate to the Course Equivalency Definitions page and verify only the 1-Part Courses section displays on the page.

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