National Dong Hwa University’s Grade Point Table
Below is the conversion table between the Letter Grading system and the Percentage system for the calculation of academic scores:
|Letter Grade||Grade Point Integration||Percentile Calculation|
How to calculate class scores and semester GPA?
|Class Name||Class Credit||Class Grade||Calculation||Class Grade Point|
|Programming (I)||3||A+||3 x 4.50||13.50|
|Calculus (I)||3||B-||3 x 2.70||8.10|
|Total Sum||6||(3 x 4.50)+(3 x 2.70)||21.60|
|Semester GPA||21.60 / 6||3.60|
● GPA (Grade Point Average) = The total amount of grade points is divided by the total number of credits registered.
● Failed courses are included in the calculation of average scores.
● Pass/Fail graded courses only earn students credits but do not count toward the average score.
● Percentile Grade Equivalency Table：Student Grade Equivalency Table for Off-Campus Scholarship Application
All undergraduate students must earn at least a “C- (which is 60%) grade” to pass a class.
All graduate students (master or ph.d) must earn at least a “B- (which is 70%) grade” to pass a class.
Anything below the passing grade meant you did not pass this class. If it is the required class, then you must re-take it again; if it is the elective class, then you may take another elective class instead.
All undergraduate students must earn at least “2.00 GPA” to pass a semester.
All graduate students (master or ph.d) must earn at least “2.70 GPA” to pass a semester.
Students, whose GPA did not meet the minimum requirements for “two semesters in a row or a total of three semesters” and who “did not receive passing grades for more than two thirds of all attended courses” shall be expelled, as stated in the NDHU Academic Regulations, Article 43. (http://www.aa.ndhu.edu.tw/files/14-1006-43648,r1065-1.php)