Haramaya University Summer Student Grade Report
Haramaya University in Ethiopia recently released the results of its Summer Student Grade Report, offering an insight into the academic performance of the university’s students. The report, which covers the period of June and July 2020, provides a comprehensive overview of the grades that students achieved in their courses.
The report indicates that overall, Haramaya University students performed well, with an average grade of B+ for all courses taken. The highest grade achieved was A+, which was only achieved by a few students. The majority of students achieved grades in the B+ to A- range.
The report also provides a breakdown of the grades achieved by different levels of students. Undergraduate students achieved an average grade of B+, while postgraduate students achieved an average of A-. This suggests that postgraduate students are performing better in their studies than their undergraduate counterparts.
In terms of gender, the report shows that male students achieved slightly higher grades than female students, with an average grade of B+ for male students and B- for female students. This could be due to the fact that more male students are enrolled in STEM-related courses, which tend to have higher grades.
Overall, the Haramaya University Summer Student Grade Report provides a valuable insight into the academic performance of Haramaya University students. The report indicates that students have been performing well, with an average grade of B+. Male students have been outperforming female students, although the gender gap is not too wide. The report also highlights the importance of postgraduate studies, which appear to be helping students achieve higher grades.