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The grading system grades on a 10 point scale and it includes half point. The system covers four categories that include centering, corners, edges and surface.
i think the grading system was good and i think the grading was passes to 10 class
this year grading system will be applied
The grading system in Norway is a scale from 1 to 6
It depends but its a lot easier to get high grades (A's and B's) on a ten point grading scale.
With a 10 point grading scale the results (of a test etc.) are given a value between 0 and 9 or 1 and 10. If the grading is "on a curve" than the distribution of the various grades is spread on a Gaussian normal distribution.
If you attend a school with a 10-point system of grading, the formula to convert it to a percentage is CGPA*9.3. For example, if your CGPA is 9.00, it would be 9.00*9.3 = 83.7 percent. CGPA stands for cumulative grade point average.
Anna University's grading point system is based on 10 points. To convert take the CGPA number and multiply that by 8.82. This result is the equivalent percentage.
yes,this greding is very yes
on a 10 point grading scale it is a B.
Well it depends on your schools grading scale.. if you have a 10 point scale an 88 is B.. Other than that im not sure! do you have a fb? If so ask someone you go to school with if you dont have a 10 point grading scale
For class X CBSE has discontinued with the practice of giving marks. Fro this year 2010 it has started grading system.91% - 100% marks - A1 grade and 10 Grade Points---------20% and below - E2 grade and no grade points.A students getting A1 grade in all subjects gets 10 Cumulative Grade Point Average(CGPA)advantages of grading system in 10th classIt is said to reduce stress and reduce unhealthy competition among specially the toppers.