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Grades / Expected Completion


Announcement of Grades
Spring Semester September 1st, 10.00 am (JST)
Fall Semester March 1st, 10.00 am (JST)


 How to check your grades
  • Please check the “Grades & Course registration (★成績照会・科目登録専用)” on the left side of the log-in page on MyWaseda.
  • Transcripts will not be distributed in paper.
Grade Inquiries

You can make an inquiry regarding your grade for the following semester during the period below.

Spring Semester September 1st, 10.00 am – September 3rd, 5.00 pm (JST)
Fall Semester March 1st, 10.00 am – March 3rd, 5.00 pm (JST)

Expected Completion

Expected Completion

The GSE office conducts two rounds (May and October) of screening for expected completion.
The credits you have already earned and the ones that you will be going to earn (=the courses that you are taking) will be counted toward your completion requirements.

Result of the screening will be available on MyWaseda, under “Grade Report” -> “Screening Results”.
Certificate of Expected Completion do not certify your graduation.

Dates for Certificate of Expected Completion Issuance
Spring Semester June 1st, 10.00 am (JST) onwards
Fall Semester November 1st, 10.00 am (JST) onwards
Certificate of Expected Completion Issuance Suspended Dates
Spring Semester May 15th – May 31st
Fall Semester October 15th – October 31st


Regarding GPAs

  1. Formula for Calculation
    Students’ grades are converted into a numerical value known as their “Grade Point” (A+ is equivalent to 4.0, A is 3.0, B is 2.0, C is 1.0, and failure is 0).The total number of credits is multiplied by the total Grade Points for the semester, and the product is divided by the total number of units for which a student was registered. The resulting score is the “Grade Point Average.”The total number of registered credits includes courses that the student failed. The equation for calculating the GPA is shown below.
    gpa*GPAs are displayed to the second decimal place. (The third decimal place is rounded up.)
  2. Applicable Subjects
    All subjects for which a student is registered are factored into the GPA upon completion.
  3. Notification and Verification of GPA
    A student’s GPA is written on his or her official grade sheet. It is also possible to issue a GPA Certificate, which shows the grades in all relevant courses in addition to the GPA itself.The GPA is not written on students’ grade transcripts.
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