Pinoy Dream Academy (season 2) - Grades

Grades

The grades shown below are the grades of the scholars from the 1st Gala Night to the 10th Gala Night. For the 10th Gala Night, the scholars will be graded not only by the set of jurors but also by their mentors, Media Performance mentor Joey Reyes, Over-all Voice mentor Kitchy Molina and Headmaster Ryan Cayabyab. It should also be noted that the 10th Gala Night is the last time the jurors will be giving a grade to the scholars.

Scholar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Avg.
June 21 June 28 July 5 July 12 July 19 July 26 Aug. 2 Aug. 9 Aug. 16 Aug. 23
Laarni 5.17 7.70 6.73 7.66 8.73 9.06 8.00 7.83 8.97 8.94 7.88
Bugoy 7.60 7.73 7.33 9.03 8.80 9.82 8.67 9.60 8.77 9.81 8.72
Miguel 8.83 6.83 6.83 5.06 6.27 9.06 7.00 7.13 7.50 8.18 7.27
Zhel 8.97 8.87 8.70 9.03 8.73 8.32 9.67 9.00 7.63 8.90 8.78
Van 8.63 5.40 7.73 6.20 7.07 9.82 5.60 9.07 7.77 7.30 7.46
Cris 8.23 4.66 6.77 5.36 6.70 8.32 7.17 9.10 7.43 8.46 7.22
Sen 7.43 5.63 7.60 5.36 7.63 9.82 7.33 7.70 6.30 7.29 7.21
Iñaki 6.17 6.80 6.87 7.66 6.33 7.21 7.87 9.00 7.27 8.84 7.40
Poy 6.12 9.42 9.13 8.63 9.63 8.59
Bunny 7.37 5.10 6.93 7.86 6.03 8.32 5.17 8.13 6.40 6.81
Apple 7.33 6.73 6.80 6.20 8.07 9.06 6.58 7.40 7.27
Christian 5.23 6.23 7.63 7.86 6.33 7.21 6.75
Bea 6.40 5.03 6.40 5.06 6.50 5.88
Jet 7.77 5.00 5.57 6.11
Sheng 7.10 4.36 7.37 6.28
Ross 8.00 5.56 6.78
Chivas 7.67 7.67

Grades for first 3 weeks of scholars with YELLOW bar beside their name are counted for Pupilar's GPA.
Grades for first 3 weeks of scholars with BLUE bar beside their name are counted for One Voice's GPA.
Grades for the remaining weeks of scholars with GREEN bar beside their name are counted for Acadreamians' GPA.
Laarni's 1st grade is counted for One Voice's GPA while 2nd and 3rd grades are counted for Pupilar's GPA.

Grades in RED indicate that the scholar is on probationary status.
Grades in DARK GREEN indicate that the contestant was the Star Scholar of the week.
Grades in YELLOW GREEN indicate that the scholar received the highest grade for the week, but was not the Star Scholar.
Grades highlighted in BLACK indicate that the scholar's grade was not counted for the organization's grade and their average grade.

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