In the Hungarian education system we are using a five-point scale at schools. There is one failing grade: 1 – elégtelen (insufficient). In general, the lowest passing mark is either 50% or 60%, or one mark (point) higher. Passing grades are 2 – elégséges (sufficient or pass), 3 – közepes (mediocre or satisfactory), 4 – jó (good) and 5 – jeles (excellent). Sometimes “5*”, five starred (“csillagos ötös”) is used to indicate outstanding performance throughout the semester. My mother is a teacher, and she was wondering, what could she give to her graduates. She decided that she will hand out some ‘five starred’ keychains… 🙂 So I had to make like 40 of them.