# I'm curious how tests are graded in different countries, just wondering if it's uniform across all universities in the world.

I'm curious how tests are graded in different countries, just wondering if it's uniform across all universities in the world.
>Finland
>0... 5 score
>50% of the score required for passing grade of 1.

1. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Greece
>0 - 10 (0% - 100%) scale
>50% of the score required for a passing grade of 5 (< 5 is fail)
>X% is a grade of X/10 (usually with 2 decimal digit percision but some universities round the grades to .0 and 0.5).

2. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>norway
>A-F in uni, 1-6 in school
>an A can be anywhere from minimum 85% to minimum 100% correct answers on an exam, but it's usually 90%

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Tell me more, what kinda system you are using?

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

my wording was confusing.
It's the same A-F system. the minimum percentage of correct answers required to get a grade (for example a C or a D) or pass is sometimes adjusted to make the average grade equal to C. not all courses do this though, some have no problem with failing 90% of the students or giving them A's although the former is far more common than the latter

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

So, it's a curve? You find the average competency of the class on an exam and make the average the C, and determine the rest of the score on either tail (probably by standard deviations), right?
Or am I wrong?

3. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Turkey
>AA(4.0)-FF(0.0)
>DD (1.0) is required to pass
>minimum of 1.8 gpa is required to pass

4. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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5. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

6. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

5 - excellent
4 - good
2 - fail
1 - did not do it at all (unofficial)
There's also 5+, 4-, etc., but that's unofficial.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

BTW, in uni some subjects don't have final grades, only "pass" or "fail".

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

As for test, I dunno. All tests have own conditions of passing, so there's no point in discussing percents.

7. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Poland
School: 1-6
University: 2-5
1 - niedostateczny
2 - dopuszczający/mierny
3 - dostateczny
4 - dobry
5 - bardzo dobry
6 - celujący

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>szcz

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

It's similar sound as shch in english, you surely can pronounce it, or can't you?

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Just use a single letter like a normal person. Either ɕ or any other variant

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

that's like complaining about "tchphr" in catchphrase or "ckkn" in knickknack. it's two words parts not an independent phoneme

8. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Netherlands
>1 to 10
>acquired points / total points x 9 + 1
>need 5.5 to pass
e.g. 10/20 points acquired.
so 0.5 x 9 = 4.5
4.5 + 1 = 5.5

9. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>Italy
>school: 0-10 (most teachers in high school don't go below a 3), 5.5 rounded to 6 for a pass
>university: 0-30, 18 is a pass

10. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

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11. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Nepal (Bachelors)
80 point scale
3 hours given
Essay style questions

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

To add, one specific question can be specified as [a] points or [b+c] points where a can vary from 4 to 16 and b and c from 2 to 6
You either get the full points for a correct answer or none for an incorrect one

12. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

In portugal its 20 points scale

13. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

In Australia it isn't even consistent between universities. Some have 0 - 5, 6, or 7 GPA scales, other just use weighted average mark out of 100.

If they use a grade scale it's usually Fail, Pass 1, sometimes Pass 2, Credit, Distinction, High Distinction.

14. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Are you Ed Dutton?