Academic grading in Egypt
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In Egypt the academic grading system functions with a worded grade and increases in increments from 30-10 points.
The title gayyid giddan or very good denotes the second highest mark possible, on par with a "B" student.
|85–100||Excellent (Momtaz) (Arabic: ممتاز)|
|75–84||Very good or Distinct (Gayed Gedan) (Arabic: جيد جدًا)|
|65–74||Good (Gayed) or credit(Arabic: جيد)|
|50–64||Acceptable (Maqboul)or pass (Arabic: مقبول)|
|30–49||Weak (Daeef) (Arabic: ضعيف)|
|0–29||Very weak (Daeef Gedan) (Arabic: ضعيف جدًا)|
- "Graduate admissions". The American University in Cairo.