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Academic Grading In Tunisia
The Tunisian grading system is mostly a over20point grading scale: it is used in secondary schools and universities. For primary schools, a new system has been introduced, based on a letter-grade scale; the old system uses a 10-point grading scale for the first term and a 20-point scale for the second and third terms. Currently, most Tunisian universities use a traditional 20-point grading scale, but after the introduction of the new National Higher Education Reform, a new grading scale, similar to that of the ECTS grading scale, is becoming more and more common. Most of the time, the formal grades used in Tunisia
Tunisia
are not considered in graduate programs acceptance. A grade of 12 (which is actually a passable grade in Tunisia
Tunisia
but equivalent to 60% in the US where it is considered a below average) is generally a good starting grade to apply for graduate studies and financial aids or scholarships
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ECTS Grading Scale
Grade may refer to:Contents1 Arts and entertainment 2 Education 3 Science, technology, and mathematics3.1 Biology and medicine 3.2 Engineering and technology 3.3 Mathematics4 Sport 5 Other uses 6 See alsoArts and entertainment[edit] Grade (band), punk rock band Grades (producer), British electronic dance music producer and DJEducation[edit]Grading (education), a teacher's evaluation of a student's performance in class Grade (music), a method of form
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Academic Grading In Lithuania
This is a list of grading systems used by countries of the world, first organized by continent, with links to specifics in many entries.Contents1 Africa1.1 Libya 1.2 Nigeria 1.3 South Africa 1.4 Tanzania2 Asia2.1 Mongolia 2.2 China2.2.1 Hong Kong2.3 India2.3.1 Grading in universities 2.3.2 Grading in High School2.4 Indonesia 2.5 Afghanistan 2.6 Iran 2.7 Iraq 2.8 Israel 2.9 Japan 2.10 Kazakhstan 2.11 Kuwait 2.12 Kyrgyzstan 2.13 Lebanon 2.14 Malaysia 2.15 Pakistan 2.16 Palestinian Authority 2.17 Philippines 2.18 Russia 2.19 Saudi Arabia 2.20 Singapore 2.21 South Korea 2.22 Thailand 2.23 United Arab Emirates 2.24 Vietnam3 Central America3.1 Costa Rica 3.2 Nicaragua 3.3 Panama4 Europe4.1 Albania 4.2 Austria 4.3 Belgium 4.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.5 Bulgaria 4.6 Croatia 4.7 Czech Republic 4.8 Denmark 4.9 Estonia 4.10 Finland 4.11 France 4.12 Macedonia 4.13 Germany 4.14 Greece 4.15 Hungary 4.16 Icelan
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Academic Grading In Latvia
This is a list of grading systems used by countries of the world, first organized by continent, with links to specifics in many entries.Contents1 Africa1.1 Libya 1.2 Nigeria 1.3 South Africa 1.4 Tanzania2 Asia2.1 Mongolia 2.2 China2.2.1 Hong Kong2.3 India2.3.1 Grading in universities 2.3.2 Grading in High School2.4 Indonesia 2.5 Afghanistan 2.6 Iran 2.7 Iraq 2.8 Israel 2.9 Japan 2.10 Kazakhstan 2.11 Kuwait 2.12 Kyrgyzstan 2.13 Lebanon 2.14 Malaysia 2.15 Pakistan 2.16 Palestinian Authority 2.17 Philippines 2.18 Russia 2.19 Saudi Arabia 2.20 Singapore 2.21 South Korea 2.22 Thailand 2.23 United Arab Emirates 2.24 Vietnam3 Central America3.1 Costa Rica 3.2 Nicaragua 3.3 Panama4 Europe4.1 Albania 4.2 Austria 4.3 Belgium 4.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.5 Bulgaria 4.6 Croatia 4.7 Czech Republic 4.8 Denmark 4.9 Estonia 4.10 Finland 4.11 France 4.12 Macedonia 4.13 Germany 4.14 Greece 4.15 Hungary 4.16 Icelan
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Latin Honors
Latin
Latin
honors are Latin
Latin
phrases used to indicate the level of distinction with which an academic degree has been earned. This system is primarily used in the United States, many countries of continental Europe, and some Southeastern Asian countries with European colonial history, such as Indonesia and the Philippines, although some institutions use translations of these phrases rather than the Latin originals. The honors distinction should not be confused with the honors degrees offered in some countries. Generally, a college's or university's regulations set out definite criteria to be met in order for a student to obtain a given honors distinction
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Academic Grading In Albania
This is a list of grading systems used by countries of the world, first organized by continent, with links to specifics in many entries.Contents1 Africa1.1 Libya 1.2 Nigeria 1.3 South Africa 1.4 Tanzania2 Asia2.1 Mongolia 2.2 China2.2.1 Hong Kong2.3 India2.3.1 Grading in universities 2.3.2 Grading in High School2.4 Indonesia 2.5 Afghanistan 2.6 Iran 2.7 Iraq 2.8 Israel 2.9 Japan 2.10 Kazakhstan 2.11 Kuwait 2.12 Kyrgyzstan 2.13 Lebanon 2.14 Malaysia 2.15 Pakistan 2.16 Palestinian Authority 2.17 Philippines 2.18 Russia 2.19 Saudi Arabia 2.20 Singapore 2.21 South Korea 2.22 Thailand 2.23 United Arab Emirates 2.24 Vietnam3 Central America3.1 Costa Rica 3.2 Nicaragua 3.3 Panama4 Europe4.1 Albania 4.2 Austria 4.3 Belgium 4.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.5 Bulgaria 4.6 Croatia 4.7 Czech Republic 4.8 Denmark 4.9 Estonia 4.10 Finland 4.11 France 4.12 Macedonia 4.13 Germany 4.14 Greece 4.15 Hungary 4.16 Icelan
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Academic Grading In Nicaragua
Education
Education
in Nicaragua
Nicaragua
is free for all Nicaraguans. Elementary education is free and compulsory although this is not strictly enforced. Many children are not able to attend if their families need to have them work. Communities on the Atlantic Coast have access to education in both Spanish and the languages of the native indigenous tribes that live in the more rural areas of Nicaragua. Higher education has financial, organic and administrative autonomy, according to the law
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Academic Grading In Bulgaria
This is a list of grading systems used by countries of the world, first organized by continent, with links to specifics in many entries.Contents1 Africa1.1 Libya 1.2 Nigeria 1.3 South Africa 1.4 Tanzania2 Asia2.1 Mongolia 2.2 China2.2.1 Hong Kong2.3 India2.3.1 Grading in universities 2.3.2 Grading in High School2.4 Indonesia 2.5 Afghanistan 2.6 Iran 2.7 Iraq 2.8 Israel 2.9 Japan 2.10 Kazakhstan 2.11 Kuwait 2.12 Kyrgyzstan 2.13 Lebanon 2.14 Malaysia 2.15 Pakistan 2.16 Palestinian Authority 2.17 Philippines 2.18 Russia 2.19 Saudi Arabia 2.20 Singapore 2.21 South Korea 2.22 Thailand 2.23 United Arab Emirates 2.24 Vietnam3 Central America3.1 Costa Rica 3.2 Nicaragua 3.3 Panama4 Europe4.1 Albania 4.2 Austria 4.3 Belgium 4.4 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.5 Bulgaria 4.6 Croatia 4.7 Czech Republic 4.8 Denmark 4.9 Estonia 4.10 Finland 4.11 France 4.12 Macedonia 4.13 Germany 4.14 Greece 4.15 Hungary 4.16 Icelan
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Academic Grading In The Czech Republic
In the Czech Republic, primary and secondary schools use a 5-point grade system, with 1 as the best and 5 as the worst. They correspond to the following ratings: 1 = výborně (excellent), 2 = chvalitebně (commendable), 3 = dobře (good), 4 = dostatečně (sufficient), and 5 = nedostatečně (insufficient). Only whole numbers appear on report cards, but tests or oral exams are often marked with additional distinctive signs: 3+ is slightly better than 3, 2− is slightly lower than 2, 1-2 or 1/2 means halfway between 1 and 2, and 1* means exceptionally excellent. Some universities use a 4-point grade system, in which 1 is the highest and 4 indicates failing. They might also use the textual form of the grades in addition to the numerical form: 1 = výborně (excellent), 2 = velmi dobře (very good), 3 = dobře (good), 4 = neprospěl (fail). In recent years, many universities adopted another system, with the grades A to F
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European Baccalaureate
The European Baccalaureate (or EB) is a bilingual educational diploma awarded to students who pass the final year exam at a European School. The diploma is awarded for the successful achievement of coursework and concomitant examinations which require that students take a minimum of 10 courses as well as be fully proficient in two languages. Students may take up to 14 courses. There are currently 14 European Schools. These are mainly attended by students whose parents work for a European institution. (This diploma should not be confused with other types of educational qualifications which also bear the name Baccalaureate like the International Baccalaureate
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Academic Grading In Austria
In Austria, academic grades use a 5-point grading scale, where:1 ("Sehr gut" - "very good") is the best possible grade and indicates outstanding performance with minor errors. 2 ("Gut" - "good") is the next-highest grade and is given for performance that is above-average standard but with some errors. 3 ("Befriedigend" - "satisfactory") indicates generally sound work with a number of notable errors. 4 ("Genügend" - "adequate") is the lowest passing grade and is given if the standard has been met but with a significant number of shortcomings. 5 ("Nicht genügend" - "unsatisfactory") is the lowest possible grade and the only failing grade (usually earned for less than 50% of the maximum achievable credit).Details of the Austrian system[edit] The Austrian grading system offers a range of five different grades (1 to 5), with 1 ("Sehr gut") being the highest and 5 ("Nicht genügend") the lowest grade
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Academic Grading In Belgium
Education in Belgium
Education in Belgium
is organised on the level of the three communities. In Flanders
Flanders
the following grading system applies to higher education:[1]


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Academic Grading In Bosnia And Herzegovina
In Bosnia, the following gradeing scale applies to elementary and high school students:1 Insufficient (nedovoljan) - failing2 Sufficient (dovoljan)3 Good (dobar)4 Very good (vrlo dobar)5 Excellent (odličan)The following applies to university students:[1]5 Insufficient (nedovoljan) - failing6 Sufficient (dovoljan)7-8 Good (dobar)9 Very good (vrlo dobar)10 Excellent (odličan)The entire grading scale was inherited from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. References[edit]^ "Law of Higher Education (Official Gazette of the Republic of Srpska, No
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Academic Grading In Croatia
Academic grading in Croatia is regulated by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports.Contents1 Grading scale (numerical and descriptive) 2 Conduct grading 3 Grade point average 4 Grade inflation 5 References 6 SourcesGrading scale (numerical and descriptive)[edit] In Croatia the following official grade scale applies to elementary school, high school and university students:1 (0-50%) Insufficient (nedovoljan)2 (51%-69%) Sufficient (dovoljan)3 (70%-79%) Good (dobar)4 (80%-89%) Very good (vrlo dobar)5 (90%-100%) Excellent (odličan in schools, izvrstan at universities)1 (nedovoljan) is a failing grade, while grades 2 through 5 are passing grades. Many teachers use minus and plus symbols as grade modifiers. For example, "−5" denotes a grade slightly lower than "excellent", while "+4" denotes a grade slightly higher than "very good". Half-grades such as "4/5" are also used
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Grade (education)
Grading in education is the process of applying standardized measurements of varying levels of achievement in a course. Grades can be assigned as letters (generally A through F), as a range (for example 1 to 6), as a percentage of a total number of questions answered correctly, or as a number out of a possible total (for example out of 20 or 100).[1] In some countries, all grades from all current classes are averaged to create a grade point average (GPA) for the marking period. The GPA is calculated by taking the number of grade points a student earned in a given period of time of middle school through high school.[2] GPAs are also calculated for undergraduate and graduate students in most universities. The GPA can be used by potential employers or educational institutions to assess and compare applicants. A cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is a calculation of the average of all of a student's total earned points divided by the possible number of points
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Academic Grading In Denmark
In Denmark, the educational system has historically used a number of different systems of grading student performances, several of which are described below
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