100-point grading scale of student knowledge quality in RAU
Criteria of differentiation for grading RAU students’ knowledge quality
Grade intervals*
Letter equivalents
For accredited courses
 
 
EXCELLENT: outstanding knowledge with unsubstantial mistakes
[88 ≤x≤ 100]
A
VERY GOOD: an above average knowledge, but with few mistakes
[76 ≤x≤ 87]
B
GOOD: ordinary reliable knowledge with  unsubstantial mistakes
[64 ≤x≤ 75]
C
SATISFACTORY: average knowledge with  substantial mistakes
[52 ≤x≤ 63]
D
SUFFICIENT: knowledge that fit the minimum standards
[40 ≤x≤ 51]
E
FAIL: unacceptable level of knowledge and some additional work is needed for obtaining the according academic credits
[20 ≤x≤ 39]
FX
FAIL: absolutely unacceptable level of knowledge and a significant additional work is needed for obtaining the according academic credits 
[0 ≤x≤ 19]
F
For non-accredited courses
 
 
Specific scope of knowledge necessary for this level of education
[40 - 100]
S
Unacceptable level of knowledge and a significant additional work is needed for obtaining the according academic credits 
[0 – 39]
U
THE WORK IS INCOMPLETE: The student is graded only if the incomplete part of the work is small and the reasons of “non completion of the work” are reasonable and acceptable for the professor and the Dean. The grade does not have a numeric indication.
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I
* The abovementioned division into intervals of student knowledge quality grades is performed for the private case, when the minimal positive satisfactory grade is “40” points of 100-point grading scale.
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