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Grades are decided for courses after students have attended the designated classes and taken the examinations (semester-end examinations, assignments, etc.). There are five basic grade levels: S, A, B, C, and D. S, A, B, and C are passing grades. D is a fail. However, specified courses use the two grade levels of P and F. In such cases, P is a pass and F is a fail. Courses taken at other universities, etc. that have been approved for credit transfer without using the grade levels S, A, B, C or P, are designated G. Please note that the grades for paired courses are either both passing (S, A, B, or C) or both failing (D).
The criteria below are guidelines for lecture courses with thirty students or more; however, this does not include foreign language courses, seminars, practical courses, experimentation courses, research seminars, etc.
There are four basic grade levels: A, B, C, and D. A, B, and C are passing grades. D is a fail. Specified courses and courses taken at other universities, etc. use the same grade system as above.