Through years of careful research and complex calculations, I have developed a formula to determine whether or not a student/person is exhibiting "good" behavior. The formula is as follows:
Number of desired behaviors (δ) - (Number of undesired behaviors (µ ) / Total possible undesired behaviors (τ))* Behavioral coefficient (β) = Behavioral Quotient (BQ)
or δ * β * (µ * τ) = BQ where β = 3.779
So, for example, if a student performed 5 desired behaviors, and only 3 undesired behaviors, and the total possible undesired behaviors is 7, then:
(5 - ( 3/10 )) * 3.779 = 17.3
This is an average score. The grading scale is as follows:
< 10 = evil
11 - 15 = poor
16 - 20 = average
21 - 25 = good
> 26 = saint
I hope this proves to be helpful to whomever uses it.
That is all.