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College Grading System Philippines 2023/2024

College Grading System Philippines

The college grading system in the Philippines typically follows a 5-point grading scale. Here is a commonly used grading system in the Philippines:

A – 4.00 (Excellent)
B+ – 3.50 (Very Good)
B – 3.00 (Good)
C+ – 2.50 (Satisfactory)
C – 2.00 (Fair)
D – 1.00 (Poor)
F – 0.00 (Failure)

Datamex University -Grading Point System-
Grade Point Equivalence Equivalence Description
1.00 95%-100% Excellent
1.25 91%-94% Superior
1.50 88%-90% Very Good
1.75 86%-87% Good
2.00 84%-85 Very Satisfactory
2.25 82%-83% High Average
2.50 79%-80% Average
2.75 77%-78% Fair
3.00 75% – 76% Pass
4.00 58%-74.99 Conditional if Pass/Failed
5.00 58.49 below Failing Final Grade
MapĂșa University Grade Point System
(Effective since AY 2021-2022)[1]
Grade Symbols Description (Master’s and Diploma Programs Description (Doctoral Programs) US Equivalence (IERF)[2]
1.00 Excellent Excellent A+ = 4.00
1.25 Highly Meritorious Very Satisfactory A = 4.00
1.50 Very Satisfactory Satisfactory A- = 3.75
1.75 Satisfactory Lowest Satisfactory Grade B+ = 3.30
2.00 Lowest Satisfactory Grade Poor Performance B = 3.00
2.25 Poor Performance Poor Performance B- = 2.75
2.50 Poor Performance Poor Performance C+ = 2.30
2.75 Poor Performance Poor Performance C = 2.00
3.00 Poor Performance Poor Performance C = 2.00
5.00 Failure Failure F = 0.00
C Continuing Continuing
I Incomplete Incomplete
W Official Withdrawal Official Withdrawal
IP In Progress In Progress
P Passed Passed
F Failed Failed
Au Audit Audit

In this system, an “A” represents excellent performance, while “F” indicates a failing grade. Some institutions may also use plus (+) and minus (-) symbols to provide more precise evaluations. For example, a “B+” is a higher grade than a “B,” while a “C+” is better than a “C.”

It’s important to note that grading systems can vary between institutions and programs, so there may be some variations in the specific grading scales used by different colleges or universities in the Philippines. Additionally, some institutions may use a different grading scale, such as a 1 to 100 scale, and then convert the grades to a 5-point scale for reporting purposes. Therefore, it’s essential to consult your institution’s official grading policies and guidelines for precise information on how grading is done at your college or university.


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