Pentecost University Grading System | How to Calculate Your CGPA

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Pentecost University College Grading System | How to Calculate Your CGPA.

Pentecost University Grading System

Pentecost University Grading System Policies

35.1Grading System

The grading system policy reflects the description and numerical value of letter grades

assigned in graduate courses.

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Table III: Grading System

Marks range (%)

Letter grade

Grade point

Description

80-100

A

4.00

Excellent

70-79

B+

3.50

Very Good

60-69

B

2.50

Good

50-59

C

2.00

Pass

30-49

D

1.50

Fail

0-29

F

1.00

Fail

Z

Disqualification

I

Incomplete with

justification

Y

Continuing

X

Incomplete

without

justification

35.2 Grade Point Average (GPA)

GPA is calculated by taking the number of grade points a student earned in a given period of time divided by the total number of credits taken. All graduate credits attempted and all graduate grades earned, whether passing or failing, will be used to calculate a student’s grade point average. The student’s grade point average appears on his or her transcript.

35.3 Illustration of GPA Calculations

Suppose Table IV below shows the courses and grades obtained by an MCOM student during the first tri/semester examination.

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Table IV: Illustration of GPA Calculations

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