# How is the grading system in La Salle?

## How is the grading system in La Salle?

By the end of each semester, the academic performance of students are computed using the Absolute Grading System….Grades.

4.00 98-100
3.75 95-97
3.50 92-94
3.25 89-91

### What is the equivalent of 1.75 grade?

89–92%

1.75 89–92% Good
2.00 86–89% Good
2.25 83–86% Good
2.50 80–83% Fair

What does 6.5 mean in DLSU?

Withdrawn

0.0 Failed
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6.5 Withdrawn
7.0 Passed (For Pass/Fail Courses)

What is the equivalent of 2.1 grade?

1.9 86 Good
2.0 85 Good
2.1 84 Good
2.2 83 Good

## What is the grading system in college?

The academic performance of student is evaluated and graded at the end of each term in accordance with the prescribed grading system. The grading system is uniform using number grades in multiples of 0.25 from 1.0 to 5.0 where 1.0 is the highest and 3.0 as the lowest passing grade.

### How can I calculate my grades?

1. Get the total score for each component.
2. Divide the total raw score by the highest possible score then multiply the quotient by 100%.
3. Convert Percentage Scores to Weighted Scores.
4. Add the Weighted Scores of each component.
5. Transmute the Initial Grade using the Transmutation Table.

Grade averaging is the practice of calculating semester, end-of-term, or end-of-year course grades by taking the sum of all numerical grades awarded in a course and then dividing that sum by the total number of grades awarded.

Determine your final grades for each subject which is shown on your report card. The final grade is the average of your grades on a subject for the entire school year. Divide the sum of the final grades by the total number of subjects. The resulting number is your General Average for that school year.

How to Calculate G.P.A.

1. Multiply the point value of the letter grade by the number of credit hours. The result is the quality points earned.
2. Total the credit hours for the term.
3. Total the quality points for the term.
4. Divide the total quality points by the total credit hours.
5. The result is the G.P.A. for the term.

### What percentage is a+?

Effective 1 January 2016