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Q: how to calculate the gpa in china?

this question is to the ppl who studied or studding in the Chinese universities, any ideas?. help plz

3 years 29 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Desired grade x RMB / guanxi = GPA

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As far as I know, Chinese universities don't follow the GPA scale. When you graduate you get a certificate and a transcript of your exam results. The pass mark is usually 60%. For some of the elective courses, they may write the final results as pass or fail, without the exact marks you obtained.

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As far as I know, Chinese universities don't follow the GPA scale. When you graduate you get a certificate and a transcript of your exam results. The pass mark is usually 60%. For some of the elective courses, they may write the final results as pass or fail, without the exact marks you obtained.

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There are the marks that you obtained that you obtained on your final examinations and then there are the marks that you will obtain after all of the guangxi has gone into play, if you have any.  It is true that some marks are also pass or fail but if you fail, you can sit for the exam sometimes 2-or-3 times until you pass.  The most difficult part of a Chinese university for the average person is the entrance exam -- once he or she is there, they will usually graduate unless they pass on.

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