A grade point average (GPA) is an internationally recognised method of assigning a numerical index on a scale; it provides a summary of academic performance. At CPEE the GPA is calculated on a 7 point scale.
An overview of the frequencies of given bands of grades (HD D C P N).
Letters that correspond to bands of marks usually according to an institution-wide scale eg where students with a numerical mark that corresponds to 80 ? 100% of the total marks available for the course will be awarded a grade of High Distinction (HD).
Broad descriptors that describe the overall level of achievement expected for each grade in terms applicable to a wide range of assessment activities.
A student who has completed all the requirements for his/her program but has not yet had the degree formally conferred.
A student who has completed all the requirements for his/her program and has had the degree formally conferred.
Graduate attributes are the qualities skills and understandings students should develop during their time with the institution.
The process of granting and conferring (presenting) awards either at a formal ceremony or in absentia.
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