##### Calculation the Competition Levels among Students in Class and the Relation to the Teacher or Lecture Fairness in Teaching

Measuring the level of competition among students or students taking place in the classroom and its relation to the level of fairness of teachers or lecturers teaching on this calculator is made by using the Harmony in Gradation formula.

This method is very important because during this time the majority of teachers and lecturers who teach in the class never introspect whether he was fair to his students in the class.

In many cases, students who do not succeed in a school are due to receiving unfair actions from their teachers and/or schoolmates, and also because of the unfair school policies. This calculator can be used to measure the extent to which students in a school have received fair treatment by considering the student’s test score. If it is found that the level of fairness in the education process is not good, then the teachers are advised to examine the unfairness that may happen to some of their students.

The result of the calculation using the Harmony in Gradation Index states that: (1) index > = 0.75 indicates that the competition among students in the class is Balanced which means that the class has run normally, where the students ‘or students’ ability to absorb the lesson is relatively even, and the teacher or lecturers have taught fairly; (2) 0.75 index = 0.5 indicates the existence of competition among students in the class is less balanced, which means the class has run less normal, where the ability of students to absorb the lesson is relatively uneven and/or teachers or lecturers have taught with a bit unfair; (3) index 0.5 indicates the existence of competition among students in the class is very unbalanced, which means the class has been running abnormally, where the ability of students or students to absorb the lesson is very uneven and/or teachers or lecturers have taught unfair.

###### Calculator Procedure:
1. Fill in N = number of students in the class, then enter
2. Fill in the test scores of each student in each available field, then click CALCULATE.

 Exam Score of Student 1:

#### CALCULATION RESULT:

 Number of Students in the Classroom (N): Index of Perfect Competition: