Grading System

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The grading system of UH is a problem. For sure, students care about the grades. Some of them worried about it if they didn 't make A in classes. Some of them afraid of failing the courses. Parents want their kids to make good grades, also. The grading system of UH make the students working hard if they want to get good grades. Grading system is a problem, to solve this problem we should vote for it. Let the student and parents tell the school whether they want to change it or not. At UH, we have A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+ and C… If you got A, GPA (grade point average) counted as 4. If you got A-, GPA counted as 3.67. You need to get 93 or above to make an A. "The grade point average is a numerical representation of a student 's overall…show more content…
They used A, B, C, and D… in their system. That means if the student in their school got 90 on average. He can get an A, which is 4.0 GPA. If the students from the universities that have these two grading systems to apply for the same job, scholarship or any other things. It 's unfair. They were not on the same grading system level. The company doesn 't care which colleges are the students from. They care about what score they get and how well they done at college. The opportunities are not equal for the students. If the grading system changed, there might be more people getting As. The four-points grading system has the virtue of being simple and easy to comprehend quickly. One University changed their nine-point system to four-points grading system in September 2003. The University initiated a review of the grades and grade point averages (GPAs) of the students, after the fall semester grades were submitted. First Class Page: 3

Standing, Satisfactory Standing, Marginal Standing and Require to Withdraw are the four academic standing categories. Under these, University has a new distribution of grades that developed to maintain the balance between the four academic standing categories. Actually, the reason why the University changed their grading system is the
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