Scandinavian School of Theology uses the same grading system as most other Swedish institutions for higher education. This grading system encompasses three levels. High Pass (HP) is awarded students that reaches above 75 percent of the total number of course points, Pass (P) is awarded students that reaches 50-74 percent of the total number of course points, and No Pass (NP) is the grade given to students that do not reaches 50 percent of the total number of available course points. Other grades that may appear on the transcript include “W” (withdrawal), “WF” (withdraw/failure), “I” (incomplete), “E” (extension of incomplete), and “AU” (audit).
The grade of “I” is given for work that is incomplete at the time grades are given. It is given only after the student establishes with the instructor and the Dean, by written permission, that his or her work is incomplete for good cause. The form “Petition for Policy Exception” may be used for the permission.
It is the responsibility of the student to make up any incomplete work and ask the professor to submit a grade change to the registrar. If this is not done during the subsequent term, the incomplete grade will be changed to a “NP”.
Extension of Incomplete
The student may petition the Dean of the school and extend the incomplete grade for good cause.
It is the responsibility of the student to make up any incomplete work and ask the professor to submit a grade change to the registrar. If this is not done within the second semester following enrollment in the course, the extended incomplete will convert to a “NP”.
If the course is dropped after the two weeks allowed, the “W” is issued if the student is passing the course. If the student is not passing, a “WF” is recorded. Any student who withdraws from a course after the twelfth week will receive “NP”.