A D+ is the fourth lowest grade on the U.S. high school and college grading scale ranging from A+ to F. A letter D+ means less than satisfactory or below average performance in a class. The '+' further refines the student's rating as higher than a D but worse than a C-. A D+ is a better grade than a D.
The percent value for a D+ is 67-69. This means that the student answered 67-69 percent of the questions correctly on tests or earned 67-69 percent of points on assignments. The D letter grade range (D+/D/D-) extends from 69% to 60%, so a D+ is at the high end of the D scale.
The GPA scale value for a D+ is a 1.3 grade average. 1.3 grade points are assigned to classes when calculating GPA's using the unweighted 4.0 scale. Any GPA higher than 1.3 and lower than 1.7 is considered a D+ average.
At most high schools and universities a D is still a passing grade. You will be awarded credit for the class which counts towards graduation. However, in college a D may not count towards your major if the department has policies (i.e. C or a above) on particular classes or the class is a prerequisite for another class which requires a certain grade.
With a D+ grade average there are not many selective, four year colleges colleges you can apply to and hope to be accepted. You are better off concentrating on colleges with open admissions or two year community colleges.
Reference table of the letter grade scale with grade points and percent equivalents. This grading is used my most U.S. high schools and colleges using an unweighted 4.0 scale. Use this table to convert a letter grade to a GPA or percentage.
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