In accordance with Annexe 1, points 4 and 5 of Royal Decree 1267/1994 of 10 June, modifying Royal Decree 1497/1987 of 27 November, establishing the general common directives for the syllabuses of official university qualifications, and in accordance with various royal decrees establishing specific general directives, the following criteria shall be used to score student records:
- matrícula d'honor (distinction with honour): 4 points
- excel·lent (distinction): 3 points
- notable (merit): 2 points
- aprovat (pass): 1 point
- suspès (fail): 0 points
- validated module: 1 point
- not present/non-assessable: no value given
- student withdrawals: no value given
1. If you have taken a course structured in modules, the sum of your grades is divided by the number of modules you have taken. Grades for single-semester modules count as half when calculating the totals.
2. If you have taken a course structured according to the directives in Royal Decree 1497/1987:
your overall mark is based on the modules you have taken. Each module is multiplied by its value in credits, and the total for all modules is divided by your total number of credits.
3. All student records, both for students on old syllabuses and those on new syllabuses, will state the total number of modules taken and the number of attempts needed to pass the modules taken in academic years during which the points system was in place. (In accordance with the regulations, student records will never state modules for which a student withdrew.)
4. Number of attempts made at passing modules:
For students on old syllabuses, all grades will count, except for student withdrawal.
For students on new syllabuses, all grades will count, except for not present o non-assessable.
Royal Decree 1044/2003 of 1 August, in its only additional disposition, modifies the aforementioned royal decrees and establishes that:
Similarly, Article 5, Sections 3 and 4 of the Royal Decree 1125/2003 of 5 September, which sets down the European system of credits and qualifications for official university degrees and their validity in Spain, state the following: