# Is 88 an A in Australia?

Contents
A (Excellent) 85 and above
B (Good) 70-84
C (Satisfactory) 51-69
D (Limited) 31-50

90 – 93 A-
87 – 89 B+
83 – 86 B
80 – 82 B-

## What percentage is considered an A in Australia?

Primary, Secondary, and Senior Secondary Grades

A Excellent 85% and above
B Good 70% to 84%
C Satisfactory 51% to 69%
D Limited 31% to 50%

## Is 88 a passing grade?

A – is the highest grade you can receive on an assignment, and it’s between 90% and 100% B – is still a pretty good grade! This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% … D – this is still a passing grade, and it’s between 59% and 69%

A 93–96% 4.00
A− 90–92% 3.67
B+ 87–89% 3.33
B 83–86% 3.00

## Is a D+ passing?

A D+ is technically a passing grade but you need an A (4.0 averaged with 1.3 is 2.65) or a B (3.0 averaged with 1.3 is 2.15) to offset. You typically need a 2.0 to graduate so if you’re a borderline student, it becomes a stretch goal.

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## Is 85% an A?

That having been said, there’s a rough rule-of-thumb that splits letter grades by deciles. So an “A” is 90–100%, “B” is 80–89% and so on. If asked, most people would consider an 85% a “B” grade unless given additional context.

## Is 50% a pass?

These policies may vary also according to the degree year (higher percentages for later years), but generally, only 2–5% of students who pass (that is, who achieve raw marks of 50 or more) may be awarded a High Distinction grade, and 50% or more of passing students are awarded a basic Pass grade.

The 4.0 Scale

83-86 B 3.0
80-82 B- 2.7
77-79 C+ 2.3
73-76 C 2.0

## Is a 90 an A or B?

How to Convert Your GPA to a 4.0 Scale

A 93-96 4.0
A- 90-92 3.7
B+ 87-89 3.3
B 83-86 3.0

## What is a failing GPA?

Undergrad: Unsatisfactory | Master’s: Failing. D- .67/ 63 – 60. Undergrad: Unsatisfactory | Master’s: Failing. F.

Letter Percent
A+ 90%–100%
A 80%–89%
B 70%–79%
C 60%–69%

## Is 91% an A?

Some schools only grade with letters A-E (or A-D plus F), and among those that use percentage cutoffs for letter grades (not all of them), 10%-per-grade is most common, so a 91% is an A. … Other schools use +/- distinctions, and so an 91 would be an A-, a 3.7/4.0 or maybe a a 3.66/4.0 or 3.67/4.0.

The tables below show the basic percentage equivalency for the two scales.

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A 80-89 8
B+ 75-79 7
B 70-74 6
B- 65-69 5