In colleges and universities, grading system plays an integral role for stakeholders to judge the progress of their learners. The primary purpose for this study was to evaluate the current grading system at An Najah National University through diagnosing the most problematic areas in the system that the students cannot deal with. A five -point Likert Scale questionnaire was administered to a randomly selected sample consisted of 233 male and female students.
Results revealed that there were significant differences in students' responses at An Najah National University in evaluating the grading system used due to college in favor of Humanities and social sciences colleges, and due to study program in favor of postgraduate studies. However, no statistically significant differences were found due to gender or GPA.
It was concluded that Centennial Grading System is more faire, more effective and more objective to use. A number of recommendations were suggested