For FAWeb version 7.83 or higher: 
  ? If marking column grade is calculated using category percentages:
  1. From the Gradebook menu, select Edit categories.
  2. Mark the checkbox for This class is graded using category percentages
  3. Enter a factor other than 0 for each category to include in the calculation.
  4. Click Save.
    Note: If category averages are blank in the gradebook, refer to Category averages are missing or not calculating in Faculty Access for the Web.(BB156128)
     
   ? If marking column grade is calculated using the sum of assignment grades:
  1. From the Gradebook menu, select Edit categories.
  2. Confirm that the checkbox for This class is graded using category percentages is not marked. 
  3. Select Edit assignments from the Gradebook menu. 
  4. In the Factor column, make sure the assignments have a value other than 0 specified.
  5. Click Save.
    Note: If you use assignment grades to calculate the marking column average, you can use assignment factors to weight grades differently in the marking column calculation average. Enter how many times the assignment counts in calculations. This defaults to 1. Increase the factor only to count one assignment multiple times in a calculation
     
   ? If marking column grade is calculated from other marking column grades (for example, your Final Grade is the average of Semester 1 and Semester 2 grades):
  1. Log into Faculty Access for the Web as Supervisor.
  2. From the Setup menu, select Define marking column weights.  Note whether Faculty can create their own marking column weights, can only assign supervisor defined marking column weights, or must automatically use supervisor defined marking column weights. 
     
  3. Verify that grades exist in the marking column(s) included in the weighting.  For example, if you're calculating the Final grade from Semesters 1 and 2, verify grades exist in Semester 1 and Semester 2.  If they do not, manually enter the grade.
  4. If letter grades have been entered in the marking columns included in the weighting, verify the translation table selected on the Course record has numeric values defined.
    1. Identify the translation table used by the course marking column: 
      1. In Registrar's Office, select Records, Courses and open the course record. 
      2. Select the Grading tab. 
      3. Open the grading information for the applicable academic year. 
      4. Note the translation table listed next to the marking column in question. 
      5. Close the grading information and course record.
    2. In Configuration, click Registrar Setup, Translation Tables and open the applicable translation table. 
    3. Enter values in the Numeric Equivalent column for each applicable letter grade and save.
      Note: If the Numeric Equivalent column does not appear, select the View menu - Grade View

   ? If marking column grade still does not calculate, try the following: 
  1. Verify the marking column is editable
    1. Log into Faculty Access for the Web as Supervisor. 
    2. From the Setup menu, select Edit marking column access rights for faculty.  Ensure teachers have Edit rights to the calculated marking columns.
  2. Refresh the gradebook (BB124143) to recalculate grades.



For FAWeb version 7.82 or lower: 
  ? If marking column grade is calculated using category averages:
  1. From the Gradebook, click Setup.
  2. Select Categories from the list on the left.
  3. Confirm category averages has been selected in the dropdown menu for Determine marking column grades using.
  4. Enter a factor other than 0 for each category to include in the calculation.
  5. Click Save.
    Note: If category averages are blank in the gradebook, refer to Category averages are missing or not calculating in Faculty Access for the Web.(BB156128)
     
   ? If marking column grade is calculated using assignment grades:
  1. From the Gradebook, click Setup.
  2. Select Assignments from the list on the left.
  3. Confirm assignment grades has been selected in the dropdown menu for Determine marking column grades using
  4. In the Factor column, make sure the assignments have a value other than 0 specified.
  5. Click Save.
    Note: If you use assignment grades to calculate the marking column average, you can use assignment factors to weight grades differently in the marking column calculation average. Enter how many times the assignment counts in calculations. This defaults to 1. Increase the factor only to count one assignment multiple times in a calculation
     
   ? If marking column grade is calculated from other marking column grades (for example, your Final Grade is the average of Semester 1 and Semester 2 grades):
  1. Log into Faculty Access for the Web as Supervisor.
  2. Click Setup, then select Define Calculations from the list on the left.  Note whether Faculty can create customized calculations, can only assign supervisor calculations, or must automatically use supervisor defined calculations. 
     
  3. Verify that grades exist in the marking column(s) included in the calculation  For example, if you're calculating the Final grade from Semesters 1 and 2, verify grades exist in Semester 1 and Semester 2.  If they do not, manually enter the grade.
  4. If letter grades have been entered in the marking columns included in the calculation, verify the translation table selected on the Course record has numeric values defined.
    1. Identify the translation table used by the course marking column: 
      1. In Registrar's Office, select Records, Courses and open the course record. 
      2. Select the Grading tab. 
      3. Open the grading information for the applicable academic year. 
      4. Note the translation table listed next to the marking column in question. 
      5. Close the grading information and course record.
    2. In Configuration, click Registrar Setup, Translation Tables and open the applicable translation table. 
    3. Enter values in the Numeric Equivalent column for each applicable letter grade and save.
      Note: If the Numeric Equivalent column does not appear, select the View menu - Grade View

   ? If marking column grade still does not calculate, try the following: 
  1. Verify the marking column is editable
    1. Log into Faculty Access for the Web as Supervisor. 
    2. Click Setup, then select Marking Columns from the list on the left. 
    3. Ensure teachers have Edit rights to the calculated marking columns.
  2. Refresh the gradebook (BB124143) to recalculate grades.