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EPSF MUST
Grading System


    (a) earn a CGPA of 2 as minimum
    (b) pass each course at 60% as a minimum for graduation requirements.

    This grading system for Grade Points 4.

     %

     Grade

    Grade

    Grade Points
     per credit  

    90  -  100

    A

    Excellent

    4.00

    85 - 89.99

    A-

    Excellent

    3.70

    80 - 84.99

    B+

    Very Good

    3.30

    75 - 79.99

    B

    Very Good

    3.00

    70 - 74.99

    B-

    Good

    2.70 

    65 - 69.99

    C+

    Good

    2.30

    60 - 64.99

    C

    Pass

    2.00

    56 - 59.99

    C-

    Pass

    1.70

    53 - 55.99

    D+

    Pass

    1.30

    50 - 52.99

    D

    Pass

    1.00

    Less than 50

    F

    Fail

    0.00

    W 

    withdraw

    *

    I

    I

    Incomplete

    *


     


    No points are given and they are not used to compute the GPA 

    Grade Point Average GPA and CGPA


    Grade point average (GPA) is computed each semester to show the student’s academic standing. It is computed by multiplying each course credits by the grade points corresponding to the grade received, then adding all points earned and dividing the total by the number of credits in the semester .As the student progresses in his study, his transcript will show a grade point average for each semester as well as a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of all courses taken in different semesters. .