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Translating grades into the Danish grading system (7 point)


Example - fill in you own data
Your Name: Zeeshan Ahmed
Date of Birth: 05.04.1990

Name
DD.MM.YYYY
BSc

MSc

Please indicate whether you are converting BSc or MSc grades by ticking

The highest grade of your grading system


The lowest passing grade of your grading system

Name of courses - with grades given as digits

4
2

Credits

Advanced Digital Signal Processing


Advanced Digital Communication Systems
Microwave Integrated Circuit Design
Stochastic Systems
Radiating Systems and Antennas
Information & Coding Theory
Applied Signal Processing
Time Frequency Analysis

Grade
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Total

3
3
2.5
3
4
3
2.5
4

24

Danish weighted average

Name of courses - with 'Passed' or 'Not passed'

7.6

Credits

Course 1
Course 2
Course 3
Course 4
Course 5
Course 6

0
0
0
0
0
0

Total

Grade
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed
Passed

Percentage Courses with the grade Passed

Grade for BSc or MSc thesis


Master's thesis

Credits x
grade
9
9
7.5
9
12
9
7.5
12
0
0
0
0
0
75

0.00%

Credits

Grade
6

12.0

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Total number of Credits

30.0

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How to fill in the formula


NB! Please read the information below carefully

Please fill in one form for your bachelor's degree and one for your
master's degree

You must enter the highest grade in the grading system of your home university,
even if you have not received this grade for any of the courses you are listing.
It is very important that you enter the lowest passing grade in the
grading system of your home university, not the lowest grade you received.
Grades given as letters, A, B, C etc., cannot be converted. Instead you should
enclose an official description of your university's grading system.

Credits may be listed either as points, hours, or whichever quantification


method used to calculate the estimated time spent on coursework.
If all courses weigh the same, i.e. are each worth the same
amount of credits, just enter 1 in each field under Credits
Please do not include your thesis grade in the conversion, as it may influence
your grade point average disproportionately in a positive or negative manner.
Please list this grade in the designated field below.
Conversions from some grading scales to the Danish one may give unfair results
or be unfeasible. This cannot be helped. Please include an official description of
the grading scale of your home country and explain why it cannot be converted.
It is a well-known problem, and our PhD committees have plenty of experience
in assessing candidates fairly in these situations.

Please include this percentage in the Application Form (page 2) when you apply
for academic approval (after being selected for the position)

This section is only for exams evaluated with 'Passed' or 'Not Passed' grades.
If all your grades are numeral, please leave this part of the conversion sheet
empty.

Please include this percentage in the Application Form (page 2) when you apply
for academic approval (after being selected for the position)

Please include this percentage in the Application Form (page 2) when you apply

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for academic approval (after being selected for the position)