pass-fail

pass-fail

(păs′fāl′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a system of grading in which a student simply passes or fails instead of receiving a traditional letter grade: a pass-fail course.
n.
This kind of a grading system.
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Two examples of scale fit are considered: one in which the test has a single threshold that separates the candidate population into pass-fail groups, and one in which the test is required to support a restricted range of multiple thresholds.
He said: "Education - not a one-off event, not a pass-fail event but a life-defining opportunity for people to realise their potential."
It also offer PASS-FAIL testing to ISO14644, FS209E and BS5285 standards, using simple user configurable recipes.
Establishing pass-fail criteria and comparison to previous lots can be a slow, paper-intensive process, according to the company.
with the guidance of a nationally renowned expert in the field" to justify raising the pass-fail line, Pobjecky said in court documents.