Grading system in Bangladesh For school
|Numerical Grading system||Letter grading System||Grade Point|
Above grading system may not applicable for all education levels.
UGC grading system that University Grants Commission (UGC) approved for Universities in Bangladesh.
|Numerical Grading system||Letter grading System||Letter Grade||Grade Point|
|80% and above Marks||A+||A Plus||4.0|
|75 % to 79% Marks||A||A Regular||3.75|
|70% to 74% Marks||A-||A Minus||3.5|
|65 % to 69% Marks||B+||B Plus||3.25|
|60% to 64% Marks||B||B Regular||3.0|
|55% to 59% Marks||B-||B Minus||2.75|
|50% to 54% Marks||C+||C Plus||2.5|
|45% to 49% Marks||C||C Regular||2.25|
|40% to 44% Marks||D||2.0|
|Less than 40% Marks||F||00|
Historian George W Pierson of Yale University writes ” According to Tradition” the first grades issued at Yale University in 1985. Most of the country using their own grading system (GPA) in School, College and University. And grading points also different i.e 1 to 7. Grading Points are always represented with whole numbers such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7 are the only possible grades.
Because these grading points do not represent percentages, but instead correspond with specific rubric requirements, one could theoretically answer 90% of questions on a given examination correctly, but still get a GPA 5 if the 10% they missed represented crucial problems that corresponded to the 6 and 7 grade mark-bands. Additionally, each subject has slightly different ranges that correspond with different grading boundaries,