This calculator converts non-numerical results such as letter grades (e.g. A, B, C, D, E) or description grades (e.g. Excellent, Very Good, Good, Pass, Fail) or Class of Honours (First Class, Second Class, Third Class) into a percentage scaled to the UNSW standard average mark out of 100 with a pass mark of 50.
The calculator requires you to translate your grades to a mark range, and identify which grade is the minimum passing grade. This information can usually be found in the Key to Grades section on the back of your official transcript.
If your transcript contains numerical grades (marks, point systems or a GPA), you should use the Numerical mark calculator instead.
The score generated by this calculator is provided as a guide only and does not guarantee any offer to study at UNSW. All applicants must also meet any additional entry criteria to be eligible for a particular program, and meet UNSW's English language requirements.
Please check the faculty website https://www.unsw.edu.au/faculties for degree selection criteria
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