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What is that word that describes how good a student gets for a test? I’m talking about A, B, C, D, F. Are they ranks?grades? votes?

If for example the teacher has just returned to the students the correct tests and I’m wondering how a classmate of mine has done, what do I ask him?:

What did the teacher rate you?, or

What ……………did you get?

I hope my questions are clear.

Thanks for your time and patience.
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In the US, those are called "grades."

However, if you want to know how your classmate did, you'd say "What did you get?" (You don't have to say "What grade did you get?")
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Grammar GeekIn the US, those are called "grades."

However, if you want to know how your classmate did, you'd say "What did you get?" (You don't have to say "What grade did you get?")
Do the Americans say, "How many marks did you score"?
I have never heard that.

Perhaps "What mark did you get?" if it was graded on % basis. (Ans: I got a 97. I needed a 98 for an A-plus, darn it.)
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I have never heard that.

Perhaps "What mark did you get?" if it was graded on % basis. (Ans: I got a 97. I needed a 98 for an A-plus, darn it.)Thanks, Barbara.

How many marks did you score? is commonly used in Singapore.
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