Grade Management Standards
Grade evaluation is based on midterm exams, final exams, term papers, quizzes, class participation, attendance, presentations, and other course assignments. The final results of each registered student's performance will be individually posted and based on a grading scale of 100.
- Grades are based on the following breakdown of performance totals:
- Grade A+ ∼ F
- 90-94: A0
- 85-89: B+
- 80-84: B0
75- 79: C+
- 70-74: C0
- 65-69: D+
- 60-64: D0
- Less than 60: F
- - Pass (P)/Fail (F0) Grade
60% (sometimes 70%) of the total score or higher: P
Lower than 60% (sometimes 70%) of the total score: F0
- Grade A+ ∼ F
- Students who fail to attend more than two-thirds (2/3) of their semester classes will receive an 'F' as their final grade.
Academic Assessment Scales
- All courses by subject area are graded on a relative scale except for non-education courses with less than 10 students; non-education courses by education area, special lectures (open-classes and special classes); undergraduate courses by subject area in English (English-related courses not included); internships and field-training courses off-campus; major practical courses offered by the College of Arts; practical courses (College of Arts, the Department of Physical Education and the Division of Sports Science), which are assessed based on an absolute evaluation.
- Practical English, practical computer courses, internships and field-training courses, community service courses and courses offered by the capability development program are graded 'Pass'/'Fail' (P/F0).
- In the case of international students and graduate students taking undergraduate courses, their grades depend on the evaluation standards of the course instructors.