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Q: How much do you need to pass your exams?

For the foreign students in China, what's the passing mark for your exams?

Is it also 60, same as Chinese students, or less?

 

Could you also mention which university you're studying at?

6 years 51 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Try 70%. I guess 60% is a pass, or in other words a 'D', but who wants a 'D'? And, at least at my university you cannot graduate with a 'D' in a major class nor a related class. In my grad school you cannot graduate with a 'D' in anything.

I don't consider a 'D' a pass. 'C' equals pass. At my uni, and I imagine most or all others, you need a 2.0 GPA to graduate and 60% as a 'D' equals a 1.0 GPA. So I say 70% (C) for a pass. Even if you pass with a 'D', or 60%, your GPA will suffer. I studied at a top 100 university in the U.S.A. 

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75-80% in my college in America.

 

3000 yuan in China.

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one of my friends at Northwest A&F university has a pass mark of 60% while some other friends of mine at other univs have lower pass marks

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I''d say if you had the cash glory would soon be following you. You pay 3 thousand kuai it could get you a C which is passing but you give 3 thousand more then you get a B better than average. Oh what the hey while you are at it just give them 10 thousand and get your A and be on your merry Little Way!

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