C - this is a grade that rests right in the middle. C is anywhere between 70% and 79% D - this is still a passing grade, and it's between 59% and 69% F - this is a failing grade.
A passing percentage is 70% or higher. Each college has policies with respect to grades for transferred coursework. You should check with the college you plan to attend to determine its specific grade-posting policies. * All grades above a 69.5% are considered passing.
The following is the levels on the Ontario rubric, its meaning, and its corresponding letter/percentage grades: Level 4, beyond government standards (A; 80 percent and above) Level 3, at government standards (B; 70–79 percent) Level 2, approaching government standards (C; 60–69 percent)
A failing grade will likely hurt your GPA (unless you took the course pass/fail), which could jeopardize your financial aid. The failure will end up on your college transcripts and could hurt your chances of getting into graduate school or graduating when you originally planned to.
B+, B, B- indicates good performance. C+, C, C- indicates satisfactory performance. D+, D, D- indicates less than satisfactory performance.
F GPA. An F letter grade is equivalent to a 0.0 GPA, or Grade Point Average, on a 4.0 GPA scale, and a percentage grade of 65 or below.
Generally speaking, having high grades means having more As than Bs, which means you'll come out to a 3.5 unweighted GPA or above. A higher GPA than 3.7 means more As than A-s, while a lower GPA than 3.3 means more Bs than B+s.
Scores above 70% are classed as “First”, so you should be very excited to get a grade in that range.
In the UK they grade on what amounts to a seven-point scale. 70% or above is the top band of marks. It is still relatively rare for a student to receive higher than an 80%, though it does happen. Anything in the 60% range—what is known as a 2:1—is considered a “good” grade.
A+ (90% and above): Outstanding work that demonstrates independent thought and critical reflection and has an excellent research question as well as systematic and persuasive answers to this question.
A 2.6 GPA, or Grade Point Average, is equivalent to a C+ letter grade on a 4.0 GPA scale. This means is equivalent to a 77-79%.
A+ GPA. An A+ letter grade is equivalent to a 4.0 GPA, or Grade Point Average, on a 4.0 GPA scale, and a percentage grade of 97–100.
While most colleges consider a D a passing grade for pass/fail courses, some require a C. And pass/fail classes may not count toward major or general education requirements.
While professors control where each plus or minus cut off begins, a typical grading scale, the one I will use throughout this article, follows this pattern: A = 100-93, A- = 92.9-90, B+ = 89.9-87, B = 86.9-83 and so on.
1.6 GPA = 71% percentile grade = C letter grade.