Score calculate

  • How to calculate departmental evaluation points, course scores
    1. Partial assessment and final exam scores are graded on a 10-point scale (from 0 to 10), rounded to one decimal place.
    2. The course score is the sum of the scores of all the parts of the course multiplied by the respective weights. Course grades are rounded to one decimal place, then converted to letter grades as follows:
      • a) Pass Type:
        • A (8,5 – 10) Good
        • B (7,0 – 8,4) Rather
        • C (5,5 – 6,9) Average
        • D (4,0 – 5,4) Below Average
        • A course is considered passed (accumulated) if the course assessment score is D or higher. However, D points are called conditional passes. Students must retake the D, (for scores below 5), or improve (at 5 or higher) to ensure the condition of the overall GPA accumulated over the school years.
      • b) Failed Type: F (dưới 4,0) Ưeak
      • c) For the courses that do not have enough basis to be included in the calculation of the semester average, the following symbols are used when grading the assessment:
        • I Not enough evaluation data.
        • X The test results have not been received.
      • d) For the subjects that are allowed to transfer grades by the school, when assigning the evaluation level, the symbol R is used with the results.
    3. The grading of grades A, B, C, D, F is applied to the following cases:
      • a) For the subjects in which the student has had enough points for the department assessment, including the case of dropping out, dropping out of the test or dropping out of the exam without reason, they must receive a score of 0;
      • b) Convert from grade I to, after having the results of the departmental assessment that the student was allowed to owe by the lecturer;
      • c) Convert from past X instances.
    4. The grading at the grade of F, in addition to the cases mentioned in Clause 3 of this Article, also applies to the case where the student violates the exam rules and has a decision to receive the grade of F.
    5. Grade I is applied to the following cases:
      • a) During the study period or during the semester-end exam, a student who is sick or has an accident cannot take the test or exam, but must obtain permission from the dean;
      • b) Students are unable to attend the departmental examination or exam for objective reasons, approved by the dean.
      • Except for special cases prescribed by the Principal, before the start of the next new semester, students who receive grade I must complete the outstanding parts of the examination in order to be transferred. In case the student has not paid the debt and has not transferred the grades but does not fall into the case of being forced to drop out, he or she will still be able to continue studying in the next semesters.
    6. The grading according to the grade of X is applied to the courses for which the school’s training department has not yet received the student’s study results report from the department.
    7. The symbol R is applied to the following cases:
      • a) Course scores are assessed at grades A, B, C, D in the first assessment of the semester (if any) for some subjects that are allowed to take early exams to help students pass.
      • b) Courses are recognized for results, when students transfer from another school to or switch between programs.
  • How to calculate the average score?
    1. To calculate the semester grade point average and cumulative grade point average, the letter grade level of each course must be converted to the following scores:
      • A corresponding to 4
      • B corresponding to 3
      • C corresponding to 2
      • D corresponding to 1
      • F corresponding to 0
      • In the case of using a multi-level letter scale, the Principal shall stipulate the conversion of those letter grades to the appropriate scores, with one decimal place.
    2. The semester grade point average and cumulative grade point average are calculated using the following formula and rounded to 2 decimal places:
      • In there:
      • A is the semester grade point average or cumulative grade point average
      • ai is the score of the i-th course
      • ni is the number of credits of course i
      • n is the total number of courses.
      • The semester average for scholarship and reward consideration after each semester is only calculated according to the results of the final exam in the first exam. The semester average and the cumulative GPA for the consideration of dropping out, student achievement ranking and graduation rank are calculated according to the highest final exam score in the exams.