Grading Policies & Reports

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UC Berkeley Grade Definitions

The work of all students on the Berkeley campus is reported in terms of the following grades:
 

Grade Grade points per unit Interpretation
A+, A, A- 4.0, 4.0, 3.7 Excellent
B+, B, B- 3.3, 3.0, 2.7 Good
C+, C, C- 2.3, 2.0, 1.7 Fair
D+, D, D- 1.3, 1.0, .7 Barely passed
F 0.0 Failed, units will be included in computing your GPA, but will not be used toward satisfaction of unit requirements for the degree.
P Pass C- or better, assigned to undergraduates only; not included in grade-point computation.
NP Not Pass Below C-; assigned to undergraduates only; not included in grade-point computation.
S Satisfactory B- or better, assigned to graduate students only; not included in grade-point computation.
U Unsatisfactory Below B-, assigned to graduate students only; not included in grade-point computation.
I Incomplete Work incomplete due to circumstances beyond the student's control, but of passing quality; not included in grade-point computation after fall 1973.
IP In Progress Work in progress; final grade to be assigned upon completion of entire course.
NR Not Reported Temporary administrative grade; not included in grade-point computation.


Plus and minus grading: Only the grades of A, B, C and D may be modified by a plus (+) or minus (-) suffix. The grade of A+, when awarded, represents extraordinary achievement but does not receive grade point credit beyond that received for the grade of A.