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Usual grading system in secondary school
Full Description: The Senior School Certificates (e.g. the Higher School Certificate in New South Wales and the Victorian Certificate of Education in Victoria) are issued on successful completion of courses/programmes of study in both Years 11and 12 or in Year 12 only. Each State and Territory has its own grading system.
Highest on scale: A
Lowest on scale: E
Main grading system used by higher education institutions
Full Description: In 1988, the Australian Vice-Chancellors Committee (AVCC) reviewed Grades of pass for undergraduate degree subjects. Generally High Distinction (HD), Distinction (D), Credit (C), Pass (P) and Fail (F).
Highest on scale: High Distinction (HD) 80-100%
Pass/fail level: Pass (P) 50-60%
Lowest on scale: Fail (F) Below 50%
Other main grading systems
Most postgraduate awards which are issued on the basis of the completion of a thesis are unclassified. Study Abroad Australia
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