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The College grading scale is:
A = 92 - 100
B = 84 - 91
C = 76 - 83
*D = 68 - 75
F = 0 - 67
*Students must make a grade of “C” or better to pass a developmental studies course (the grade of “D” is not given).
Grading and Grade Point Averages
Grading is done by the traditional method of “A” through “D” along with negative categories such as “F” (Failure), and “WF” (Withdraw Failing). The grade of “NC” has been removed from the Grading System. Grades are assigned a numerical value when determining a students Grade Point Average (GPA).
|Grade||Significance||Per Semester Hour|
|CR||Credit by Proficiency Exam||0|
|CT||Credit by Transfer||0|
Translating Course Grades into GPA
By taking the number of semester hours assigned to a course and multiplying them by the value of the grade, you determine the grade points for each course attempted. Example: If you take five courses that are assigned a total of 18 semester hours, you may determine your GPA in the following manner:
|Course||Grade||Semester Hours Attempted||Times Grade Value||Equals Quality Points|
|1||B||2||x 3||= 6|
|2||A||6||x 4||= 24|
|3||C||4||x 2||= 8|
|4||B||3||x 3||= 9|
|5||F||3||x 0||= 0|
|6||WP||0||x 0||= 0|
Divide the total number of hours attempted into the total quality points and that will give you your GPA; in this case 2.61 is the GPA.