Academic grading in China
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- A :90-100%
- B :78-81%
- C :68-71%
- D: Pass (60-63%, ji-ge, "及格 / Jí gé / [tɕǐ kɤ̌]")
(some colleges may group the last two grades D and F into one grade called "Bottom", 0-64%, "下")
Besides the grading system and the 100 percentage based marks, there is another form of assessment based on which one course is marked simply as "Qualified/Failed" (“合格/不合格”). The "Qualified" here is different from "Pass", since "Qualified" doesn't indicate anything in ranking and doesn't have its corresponding percentage marks, though a few schools would translate "合格" into "Pass" automatically while an English transcript is required.
Here is the genuine score in percentage. If the genuine score is below 60, then the GPA is 0.