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Graduation with Honors

What is graduation with honors?

Graduation with Honors is the awarding of a degree to an undergraduate student who has achieved academic excellence.

Graduation with honors is given to those who have received the highest grade point average (GPA) of either 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, or an A-minus average on other scales, such as those used by some colleges in Great Britain, USA, and Canada.

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