1. Student Information: Includes columns for student names and their respective identification numbers or class sections.

2. Score Entries: Columns for various test or assignment scores for each student.

3. Average Score Calculation: Utilization of the AVERAGE formula to calculate the average score for each student.

4. Highest and Lowest Score Identification: Use of MIN and MAX formulas to identify the lowest and highest scores in the class.

5. Grade Calculation: (Optional) A column that translates numerical scores into letter grades based on predefined criteria.

6. Visual Elements: (Optional) Use of charts or graphs to represent score distributions or student performance trends.

### Use of Formulas

• AVERAGE Formula: Used to calculate the average score of each student across all tests or assignments.
• MIN Formula: Used to find the lowest score among all students.
• MAX Formula: Used to find the highest score among all students.

Here is an example of how the data in a Grade Book Spreadsheet might look:

Student Name Test 1 Test 2 Assignment Average Score
John Doe 85 90 88 87.67
Jane Smith 75 80 70 75.00
Max Turner 95 100 92 95.67
Class Min 75 80 70 75.00
Class Max 95 100 92 95.67

• The AVERAGE formula was used to calculate the average score for each student. For example, John Doe's average score is calculated as 85+90+88 / 3=87.67.
• The MIN formula was used to identify the lowest score in each test and assignment. For example, the lowest score in Test 1 is 75.
• The MAX formula was used to identify the highest score in each test and assignment. For example, the highest score in Test 2 is 100.

This structure provides a clear overview of individual student performance as well as insights into the overall class performance, with the ability to quickly identify the highest and lowest achievers in each assessment.