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Grading Practices in the United States

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Title:
Grading Practices in the United States, and Suggestions for Determining U.S. Grade Equivalents for Grading Systems Used in Other Countries
Author:James S. Frey
Publisher:Educational Credential Evaluators
Publication date:2003
Summary:In order to determine the U.S. equivalent of an international grade, an understanding of how grades are used to represent the quality of academic work is necessary. This monograph provides a concise, easy-to-read explanation of this, as well as illustrating different types of grading systems used throughout the world. This is a particularly valuable publication for both our international colleagues and students preparing to begin studies in the United States.


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