Asked By: Brandon Clark Date: created: Mar 03 2021

## What letter grade is a 50%

Answered By: Morgan Morgan Date: created: Mar 05 2021

If your TA felt that the grade was a borderline C+/B then you would get perhaps 70%, which is on the border between C+ and B.

Your TA may have given you a percentage anyway, in which case this was recorded….Letter GradePercentage RangeMid-RangeD+55% to 59%57.5%D50% to 54%52.5%E40% to 49%45%F0% to 39%20%6 more rows.

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## Is 70% an A

Answered By: Peter Torres Date: created: Dec 08 2020

Therefore, an “A-” would be an “A,” a “B-” would be a “B,” and a “C-” would be a “C.”…UK GradeUS Grade*75-100A+70-74A64-69A-60-63B+7 more rows

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## What is a passing GPA for 7th grade

Answered By: Juan Ramirez Date: created: Apr 02 2021

You have 7 classes. You need to get A’s in all your classes every semester except for a class or two along the way that you know you are your weaknesses. This brings you to around a 3.8–3.9 GPA for those 3 years.

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## What percentage is an A * in GCSE

Answered By: Malcolm Richardson Date: created: Nov 10 2020

For example, a student who gets the minimum mark necessary for a Grade A* obtains a percentage uniform mark of 90. A student who gets a mark halfway between the Grade D threshold and Grade C threshold achieves a percentage uniform mark of 55. is no Grade ‘a*’, the percentage uniform mark range for Grade ‘a’ is 80–100.

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## What grade is 80 percent in Ontario

Answered By: Clifford Carter Date: created: Dec 25 2020

OntarioLetterLevelPercent (until August 2010)A+490%–100%A85%–90%A-80%–84%B+377%-79%9 more rows

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## What grade is a 79%

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## WHAT DOES A * AA mean

Answered By: Brandon Wood Date: created: Feb 03 2022

Answered 3 years ago · Author has 11.5K answers and 41.4M answer views. It means that in order to do a BA in Economics at that university, you will need three A levels, with an A* for at least one of them, and the other two at grade A level (or better, of course – they won’t mind if all three are A*!).

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## Why do Grades skip E

Answered By: Cole Moore Date: created: Sep 11 2021

Shutterstock.com Why is there no E in the grading scale? … The F is considered separate as it denotes a failing grade, and does not need to go in alphabetical order. It just so happens that “fail” starts with a letter that skips one letter alphabetically on the scale. That said, E was used at one point.

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## Is a D+ passing

Answered By: Geoffrey Ward Date: created: Jan 08 2022

Usually, at institutions in the U.S., a D+ is a passing grade. However on a 4.0 scale it carries only one quality point. Very often, students who fail to maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade point average may be placed on academic probation, so a D+ doesn’t really help a student.

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## What grade is a 67%

Answered By: Landon Phillips Date: created: Apr 08 2021

PercentLetter Grade70 – 72C-67 – 69D+63 – 66D60 – 62D-8 more rows

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## Is 50% a fail

Answered By: Oscar Thomas Date: created: Jan 15 2022

All marks below 50% are considered failures. Failing marks below 40% will be included in average calculations as 40%, marks from 40% to 49% will be included as the actual mark reported.

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## What grade is an 80%

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## Is 89.5 an A or B

Answered By: Juan Alexander Date: created: Mar 06 2021

Explicit RoundingGradeMinHuman FormA89.589.5 ≤ A ≤ 100B79.579.5 ≤ B < 89.5C69.569.5 ≤ C < 79.5D59.559.5 ≤ D < 69.51 more row•Nov 20, 2017

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## Is 96 a good grade

Answered By: Gilbert Rodriguez Date: created: Jul 08 2021

Anything from 90–100 is an A. 90–92 is considered an A-. 93–95 is considered an A. 96–100 is considered an A+.

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Answered By: Andrew Smith Date: created: Jan 22 2022

The tables below show the basic percentage equivalency for the two scales.Letter Grade%GPA NumberA+90-1009.0A80-898B+75-797B70-7466 more rows•Jul 6, 2015

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## What percentage is a passing grade

Answered By: Hugh Jackson Date: created: May 01 2021

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.

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## What is a 70% grade

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Master’s Courses: Any grade below “C” has been considered failing starting with any courses that began on or after April 1, 2007….APUS Grading System (Chart)GradeQuality Points/ Grading PercentDescriptionD-.67/ 63 – 60Undergrad: Unsatisfactory | Master’s: FailingF0.0/ 59 – 0Undergrad: Failing | Master’s: Failing22 more rows

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## Is a 2.7 GPA good

Answered By: Ralph Martin Date: created: Dec 27 2021

Is a 2.7 GPA good? This GPA means that you’ve earned an average grade of a B- across all of your classes. Since a 2.7 GPA is lower than the national average of 3.0 for high school students, it will limit your options for college. … You can apply to colleges and have a good shot at getting admitted.

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## What is a 50% grade

Answered By: Michael Clark Date: created: Jan 25 2021

For example “A” could be used to represent grades of 80% and above, “B” to represent grades between 70 and 80%, “C” to represent grades between 50 and 70%, and so on. Alternatively, you could have “Pass” for grades above 50% and “Fail” for grades below 50%.

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## What is a 2.0 GPA

Answered By: Curtis Johnson Date: created: Oct 12 2021

A 2.0 GPA means that you have a solid C average across all of your classes. This GPA is essentially the unofficial cut off point for how low your GPA can be in order to get into college. … You have a low chance of getting into with a 2.0 GPA.

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## What is a 74 grade

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Answered By: Alfred Murphy Date: created: Nov 07 2021

Originally Answered: Is a C+ a bad grade? Technically, it is above “average” with C being an average grade. But like someone said, many high school courses in the US have a B average. For undergrad, it is not a good grade, yet passing.

Asked By: Hugh Edwards Date: created: Oct 05 2021

## Is a 60 a passing grade

Answered By: Sebastian Rodriguez Date: created: Oct 07 2021

In fact, a “D” is considered passing in both high school and college, as it’s above 60%. While a passing grade may be as low as 60%, you will want to aim higher for many reasons. As a college student, you don’t want to aim to barely pass a class.

Asked By: Jack Parker Date: created: Mar 10 2021

## Is a 60 in University good

Answered By: Gordon Johnson Date: created: Mar 10 2021

When you start at university, any mark over 50% is a great grade. Getting a mark over 50% means that you are beginning to understand the difficult work of your degree. Getting over 60% is excellent because it means you have demonstrated a deep knowledge of your subject to the marker.

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## What grade is a 61%

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Answered By: Dennis Butler Date: created: Sep 14 2021

75 is a fine grade. If that’s your full potential, that is a great grade and you should be very proud.

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### Quick Answer: What Is A Rolex Hulk?

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### Question: Is Ceramic Scratch Resistant?

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### Question: Are Ceramic Bezels Scratch Proof?

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### Quick Answer: Can Rolex Face Scratch?

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### Is Ceramic Harder Than Stainless Steel?

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