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In China, universities, colleges, and high schools are sorted into four levels, grading system for different levels are different.

In China, for most of the 211 & 985 universities, especially for those top 10, and most of the high schools, the grading system is divided into five categories:

  • A:you-xiu("优秀"): Excellent (85-100%)
  • B:liang-hao("良好"): Good (75-84%)
  • C:zhong-deng("中等"): Satisfactory (literally, "middle"; 65-74%)
  • D:ji-ge("及格"): Pass(60-65%)
  • F:bu-ji-ge("不及格"): Failure (0-60%)
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