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 9. The 10-point grading scale is typical for the Dutch grading system. Which of the the following statements about this grading scale is true? Incorrect answer - Please try again As strange as it may seem, students rarely receive 9's, 10's are virtually unattainable. Correct! The teacher sets a minimum score (usually 5.5 or 6) and passes all students that meet or exceed this score. An widely accepted explanation of the 10-point grading scale is: 1-5 = fail (11% of students) 6 = pass (30% of students) 7 = good (30% of students) 8 = very good (23% of students) 9 = excellent (5% of students) 10 = outstanding (1% of students) Click here to finish the quiz! Incorrect answer - Please try again Getting an 8 or a 7 usually means you have performed on or above average. Dutch students are usually quite satisfied with such an above average score! Incorrect answer - Please try again Dutch society runs on rules: individual exceptions are rare. All students are graded independent of personal student-teacher relationships.