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Grading Scheme

For courses completed after August 2014:

Percentage Grade = Number Status
90% - 100% A+ = 10 Exceptional
85% - 89% A = 9 Outstanding
80% - 84% A -  = 8 Excellent
75% - 79% B+ = 7 Very Good
70% - 74% B = 6 Good
65% - 69% C+ = 5 Satisfactory
60% - 64% C = 4 Adequate
55% - 59% D+ = 3 Passable
50% - 54% D = 2 Marginal
40% - 49% E = 1 Failure
0% - 39% F = 0 Failure

 

For courses completed between September 1977 and August 2014:

Percentage Grade Status
80%  - 100% A Excellent Performance
70%  -   79%  B Good Performance
60%  -   69% C Satisfactory Performance
50%  -   59% ** D Minimum Performance
0%  -   49% F Failure


** Does not meet the minimum grade requirement in some Professional and Professionally related courses. Please consult the Academic Calendar for further details.

Symbols

I - Incomplete course work, no credit granted
P - Supplemental exam
S - Satisfactory, assigned where a percentage grade is inappropriate
T - In Progress
W - Withdrawn
X - Failure - Academic dishonesty
Z - Auditor

Undergraduate Distinctions at Graduation

Honours : GPA between 5.5 and 7.4 (70% to 79.4%)  (Only available for 4 year degrees)

Cum Laude honours : GPA between 7.5 and 8.9 (79.5% to 87.4%)

Magna Cum Laude : GPA of 9.0 and above (87.5% and above)

The overall GPA is calculated on a minimum of 45 credits for a three-year degree or 60 credits for a four-year degree. Only credits completed at 51 are considered in the GPA calculation.

Interpreting the GPA out of 10

The GPA out of 10 stands on its own merit, but sometimes it is useful to convert to a percentage.  Taking the GPA out of 10, multiplying by 5, and adding 42.5 will give a converted value as a percentage.

However, given the nature of the letter grades and their non-linearity with respect to the percentage scale, the conversion at the extremes of the scale (ie, GPA of 0 to 1, or GPA of 10) will not give an accurate representation as a percentage.

Sending Transcripts to 51

Applicants to Second-entry (graduate or undergraduate) level university programs, must arrange to have official transcripts sent directly to the Office of Admissions and must be received by the application deadline.

Important: For transcripts to be considered "official", they must be sent directly from the Registrar's Office to our Admissions Office, be imprinted with the school's seal and/or bear the appropriate signature. We will not use opened transcripts sent by the candidates. We do not accept faxed transcripts.