Letter grades are used to indicate the evaluation of student performance in a course. Each course will be graded according to the following grades:
A + =Outstanding level of achievement (85%-100%) (Equals 4.0 point value)
A = Excellent level of achievement (80%-84%) (Equals 3.7 point value)
B + =Very Good level of achievement (75%-79%) (Equals 3.3 point value)
B = Good level of achievement (70%-74%) (Equals 3.0 point value)
C + =Very Satisfactory level of achievement (65%-69%) (Equals 2.7 point value)
C =Satisfactory level of achievement (60%-64%) (Equals 2.4 point value)
D+ = Pass (50% -59%) (Equals 2.1 point value)
D =Conceded Pass (45% -49%) (Equals 1.8 point value)
S = Supplementary assessment is required (Equals 0.0 point value)
N = Fail (Equals 0.0 point values)
PMD = Pass Master Degree Dissertation.
PDD = Pass Doctorate Degree Dissertation.
I = Incomplete assessment. Final grade will be awarded later.
EX = Exemption granted based on past study
YR = Year grade (This is a temporary grade applicable only to the first trimester component of a year’s course).
WR = WR is for students who withdrew from a unit before the commencement of the trimester.
WN = WN is for students who withdrew from a unit after the commencement of the trimester. The grade is equivalent to grade N.