What are grade points in 10th grade

The 15-point system

The school grades are divided into 6 areas:

  • very good, good, satisfactory, sufficient, inadequate and inadequate.

With the exception of insufficient, these grades are further differentiated into strong, normal and weak. Expressed in numbers, a "+" or a "-" is added to the notes to indicate the tendency within the note.

In the 15-point system, the differentiation of the grade is assigned three numbers, starting with a 5 - (five minus), which is equated with one point. When differentiating the grades in terms of a respective improvement - the next best grade would be a 5 (five) - an additional point is added and the accumulated grade is expressed as a number: A 5 corresponds to 2 points. This principle is held up to the 1+. According to this, a 1+ corresponds to a maximum number of points of 15 that can be achieved.

 

Pointsgrade
151+1very good
141
131-
122+2Well
112
102-
93+3satisfying
83
73-
64+4sufficient
54
44-
35+5inadequate
25
15-
066insufficient