Grading Systems in Education
Grading measures a candidate’s performance in particular class, subjects and academic level. There are many varieties of grading systems. For example some school may use percentage of marks obtained from the total marks in an examination to prepare merit rank. Some other schools may grade students’ performance at a scale of 1 to 10. Some other schools may grade academic achievements at a scale of A to E.
There are also equivalency measures. Suppose you are a student from a certain location where you have awarded Grade A. Now you are planning to go to study to certain other location where students’ performance of the same grade is measured at a scale of 1 to 10.
So in order to equate your performance educational institutes equate your grades with their own grading systems by defining a certain set of rules. Grading equivalency is largely practiced when you apply for study abroad.
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