How does the scale of 0 - 5 described in the lectures and other videos actually apply to grading?
It's explained here: https://youtu.be/3FyxsJzJpR0?t=4m52s
In the lectures and some of the other videos, a grading system on a scale of 0 - 5 was explained. When I look at the Gradebook, I see 1.0. At first I was worried... Why did I get only 1?!, but I read some of the other CS50 Stack Exchange questions on grading and I realize that 1.0 is a good score.
Now I'm wondering about that scale. How does it work? Is it just something that the Teaching Fellows use internally or will it make sense after I submit more problem sets?
At this point, I've only received grades for the first two problem sets, so I may be asking this question too early.