Grade conversion scale from high school certificates of other countries to the Ukrainian five-point grading system.
|№||Ukrainian grading system||Nigeria||Poland||Morocco||India 100- and 50-point systems|
|2||2.5||E 8. Pass||–||–||–||–|
|3||3||D7. Pass||dopuszczający||13-10||(0-50) C1||(20-25) C2|
|4||3.5||C4, C5, C6, Credit||dostateczny||–||(50-60) C2||(25-30) C1|
|5||4||B3. Good||dobry||16-14||(60-70) B2||(30-35) B2|
|6||4.5||B2. Very Good||bardzo dobry||–||(70-80) B1||(35-40) B1|
|7||5||A1. Excel lent||celujacy||20-17||(80-90) A2; (90-100) A1||(40-45) A 2; (45-50) A1|
For the Egyptian schooling system, percentage of high school certificate results is taken into account, measured as a percentage of total points received by students and the greatest possible number of points (E value). Assuming the minimum passing percentage (50%) is “2” in the Ukrainian system, and the best results (100%) is “5”, one point in the Ukrainian system matches 16.67% in the Egyptian system, according to the formula (100-50)/(5-2)=50/3=16.67%.
Thus, given the above, the conversion of Egyptian percentage results (E) into the Ukrainian five-point system (U value) is done according to the formula: U=(E-50)/16.67+2.