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]")
- F: Failure (0-59%, bu-ji-ge, "不及格 / Bù jí gé / [pú 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.