Definition of ungraded in English:



  • 1Not divided into grades or separate levels or categories.

    ‘ungraded roads’
    • ‘Most unsupervised and runaway boys were discharged to their families or enrolled in an ungraded public school, or Truant School.’
    • ‘The Thorsborne Trail is an ungraded trail and is rough with loose stones, difficult creek crossings and, in wet weather, slippery hillsides.’
    • ‘Payne also explains that students who have met with failure in other settings generally experience success in the ungraded, self-instructional, individualized program.’
    • ‘Per the policy of the committee, the $100,000 race, which was originally scheduled as a Grade 3 event, went off as an ungraded race when it was switched to the main track after heavy rains forced it off the Saratoga turf course.’
    • ‘At an ungraded but registered hotel or lodge, prices generally start at around $480 for a double room.’
    • ‘It was an ungraded program for kids 12 through 17.’
    • ‘The American Oaks at Hollywood also received Grade 1 status after being ungraded since its inception in 2002.’
    • ‘The victory was his first graded stakes victory; he won the El Conejo last year when it was ungraded.’
    • ‘Slides circulate as educational or ungraded slides until they obtain validation status.’
    • ‘The race was downgraded from Grade 3 to ungraded, pending review, when it was moved from the turf to the dirt.’
    • ‘Along with the five new Grade 1 races, nine races were elevated to Grade 2 status and 13 others went from ungraded to Grade 3 events.’
    • ‘The workshop approach, for a start, was well adapted to both the teaching style and the ungraded pass/fail mode of assessment.’
    • ‘The curriculum was usually rudimentary; ungraded schools were common in rural areas; and compulsory school attendance was virtually unknown.’
  • 2Not requiring or subject to evaluation.

    ‘the ungraded part of the assignment’
    • ‘The evaluations, which were ungraded, were not a top priority for the cadets, and they provided little useful information.’
    • ‘Every part of the reading program is ungraded, and there is no academic penalty for students who choose not to read the book, attend or participate in the group discussions, or submit an essay.’