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How BBMI Grade Medical Students

Your future employer might also consider your GPA important. This is why it is crucial that you focus on achieving good grades. Once the student has finished all assignments, quizzes, exams and projects within the time frame allotted for the course. The overall mark thus obtained shall then be converted to the relevant letter grade, grade point as per the details given below:

All programs conducted by BBMI are based on a Modular System with each Study Module equivalent to a specific number of Credits (Module Credit Value or MCV). The sum of all Module Credit Values offered for a program make up the Total Credits awarded for that program. The Academic performance is measured by grade points on a 04-point scale. Students can progress at their own pace and complete the Study Modules assigned to them.

Grading Scale:

Following grading scale is applied to grade each Study Module:

 

core Grade Point Value (PV)
97-100 A+ 4
93-96 A 4
90-92 A- 3.7
87-89 B+ 3.3
83-86 B 3
80-82 B- 2.7
77-79 C+ 2.3
73-76 C 2
70-72 C- 1.7
67-69 D+ 1.3
65-66 D 1
61-64 D- 0.7
60-0 F 0

Based on the Point Value obtained by the student in each Study Module, Module Quality Points (MQP) are calculated.
MQP for each Module = Point Value x Module Credit Value
Overall academic performance is measured by a Cumulative GPA which is calculated as follows:
CGPA = Total of all MQP’s / Total Module Credit Value for the Program

Example:

Module No. Score Grade PV MCV MQP
1 85 B 3 2 6
2 77 C+ 2.3 4 9.2
3 88 B+ 3.3 2 6.6
Total 8 21.8

Cumulative GPA: 21.8 / 8 = 2.7
Point Value Description:
4.0 – 3.7: Excellent Performance
3.3 – 2.7: Very Good Performance
2.3 – 1.7: Good Performance
1.3 – 0.7: Satisfactory Performance
0: Failed
Note: Each module credit is equal to approximately 20 hours of study including lecture, tutorial, projects, assignment, field work etc. as may be applicable.