Which one of those is correct grammatically? I

We evaluate 1000 student result


We evaluate 1000 student results


We evaluate 1000 students' results


Unlike some languages, nouns after a number other than 1 are plural in English - even after 0 and 0.5.

The distinction between student results and students' results is a different question. Both are valid, and in most contexts there is no practical difference in meaning (though there could be in some cases). The first is a compound noun phrase, with student (usually in the singular) as a modifier. The second is a possessive construction.

  • I totally agree. The last sentence does, to me, seem to be the most stylistically graceful. It's also very clear.
    – Jill
    Dec 12 '19 at 19:19

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