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This is a list of grading systems used by countries of the world, first organized by continent, with links to specifics in many entries. The grading system in use at Nigerian institutions depends on the institution and sometimes on the faculty of the institution. In addition, grading scales at university level institutions have changed frequently. Grading scales can be 1 to 7, 1 to 5, or A through F, where A is on a 4.
0 scale or on a 5. The most common scale is now 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest grade obtained. In addition, degrees are awarded in a Class, depending on the grades received. Most universities follow a model based on the British system. Different countries in Asia have a variety of grading scales.
Grading scales for some countries in Asia are described in this article. Indian Universities follow a Percentage System and Indian Institutes of Technology follow a 10-point GPA System. At selected India institutions, a lower percentage may be considered passing. International Grade Conversion by World Education Services for Percentages scored in Indian Universities. At selected institutions, a lower grade may be considered passing.
Until high school, an averaged percentage is provided. The highest score receivable at schools and universities is 100. Depending on the school and the grade of study, a good mark varies, but in most occasions 75 or higher is considered to be a good one. In schools, grades are based on 20. Depending on the school and the grade of study, a good mark varies, but in most occasions 16 or higher is considered to be a good one. This system of grading based on 20 is also common in universities, but sometimes percent scoring is also used in higher educational systems.
Most of the primary, middle and high schools in Iraq grade out of 100 percent with a passing grade of 50 percent, So the grade-point average is out of 100. In Japan, following the reorganization of national universities in 2004, the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture has encouraged both public and private universities to adopt a GPA system. 100 or a few universities apply letter grades. 90 to 100 point range a special grade to indicate excellence. Kuwait employs a four-point grading system and percentages. The Lebanese schools follow either the French grading system or the American grading system. Students Graduating Lebanese or French Bacc.