Grading and ECTS Grade Distribution Tables

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The Dutch grading system

In the Netherlands, the traditional grading scale is from 1 to 10; 1 is the lowest and 10 the highest grade. Officially, the pass mark is 6, but 5.5 is often accepted as a pass mark. Grades 1 to 3 are very rarely given; the same is true for grades 9 and 10. The most commonly given grades in both secondary and higher education are 6 and 7.
At all levels of education, some subjects may be graded with the marks "insufficient" (O, or onvoldoende), "pass" (V, or voldoende) and in some cases "good" (G, or goed). On report cards or transcripts of records, these are mostly shown as letters rather than numbers.

·        10 (Outstanding)
·        9 (Very good)
·        8 (Good)
·        7 (More than satisfactory)
·        6 (Satisfactory)
·        5 (Almost satisfactory)
·        4 (Unsatisfactory)
·        3 (Very unsatisfactory)
·        2 (Poor)
·        1 (Very poor)


ECTS Grade Distribution Tables

The ECTS Grade Distribution Table - also known as ECTS Grading Table - is an integral part of the ECTSystem. An ECTS Grade Distribution Table gives the statistical distribution of positive grades (pass and above) awarded to students of a specified field of study over a specified period. The purpose of the ECTS Grade Distribution Table is to provide insight into the grading culture of a degree programme, a school, or an institution.

An ECTS Grade Distribution Table can be made at different levels: at the level of an individual degree programme, at faculty or school level, or at institutional level. For all (full-time) Bachelor degree programmes, Hanze UAS has opted to make ECTS Grade Distribution Tables at school level. The ECTS Grade Distribution Tables for Master programmes have been made at programme level.

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