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NU Grading System Result Management

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Nation University Grading System Result Management

National University GPA Grading System details given below:
  • NG : Numerical Grade
  • LG : Letter Grade
  • GP : Grade Point
  • GPA : Grade Point Average
  • CGPA : Cumulative Grade Point Average

How to calculate NG, LG & GP?

Numerical Grade (NU)
Letter Grade (LG)
Grade Point (GP)
80% or above
A+ (Plus)
4.00
75% to less than 80%
A (Plain)
3.75
70% to less than 75%
A- (Minus)
3.50
65% to less than 70%
B+ (Plus)
3.25
60% to less than 65%
B (Plain)
3.00
55% to less than 60%
B- (Minus)
2.75
50% to less than 55%
C+ (Plus)
2.50
45% to less than 50%
C (Plain)
2.25
40% to less than 45%
D (Plain)
2.00
<40% (less than 40%)
F (Fail)
0.00

PASS MARKS 40

Every Student has to attend all course Subject Exam, In course Exam, Test Exam, Practical and Viva Voce Exam, Term Papers, Field Works Etc.

National University (NU) pass mark: 40% or D Grade.

How to calculate GPA?

Formula:

GPA = ∑PS (Total Point Secured in a year) ÷ ∑CR (Total Credits Offered in a year)
Example:
Grade Point Average (GPA) calculation for a year:

Course Code No.
No. of Credits
Marks Obtained (%)
Letter Grade (LG)
Grade Points (GP)
Points Secured (PS) = No. of Credits X Grade Point
Grade Point Average (GPA)
2011
4
70
A-
3.50
14.00
64.00 / 26 = 2.46
2012
4
65
B+
3.25
13.00
2013
4
60
B
3.00
12.00
2014
4
34
F
0.00
0.00
2015
4
55
B-
2.75
11.00
2016
2
50
C+
2.50
05.00
2017
4
45
C
2.25
09.00
Total =
26
-
-
-
64.00

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