Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Grading System for Diploma/Hnd/Degree

The grading system at Kumasi Technical University (KSTU) is an important aspect of the academic experience, as it is used to evaluate and record the progress of students in their coursework. Understanding the grading system at KSTU is crucial in order to know what is expected of you academically and how your performance will be evaluated.

In this post, we will explore the various components of the approved KSTU grading system, including the grading scale, grade point averages, and the impact of grades on academic and professional opportunities. By understanding the KSTU grading system, you can be better prepared to succeed academically and achieve your academic and professional goals.

Student performance in a course shall be graded as follows:

kstu grading system

Pass Grades: Grade A to D constitutes Pass grades

Failure Grades: Grade ‘F’ and ‘X’ constitute Failure grades.

Each grade is assigned a numerical equivalence as indicated above.

Grade Point (GP) is computed as a product of credits for the course and the numerical grade obtained in the course.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is calculated by dividing the total number of grade points obtained, up to any specific time, by the number of credits of all courses for which the student has registered up to that time.

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