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Unformatted text preview: ot the student’s percentage grade. 10) Tuition fees would be unaffected by the grading option chosen. 11) Faculty members will not be informed by the University or the SIS of a student electing to take an elective with Credit/D/Fail standing, and the responsibilities of both the student and the faculty will remain the same as in the percentage grading option. 12) Opting for Credit/D/Fail standing may impact that course’s standing to be considered for financial assistance and awards. Courses taken for Credit/D/Fail will be counted towards the credit load but will not be included in the calculation of student grade average for UBC awards. Students are encouraged to visit the Student Financial Assistance and Awards Office if they have concerns with the financial assistance or awards implications of taking a course with Credit/D/Fail standing. Calendar Statement: In Chapter V – Policies and Regulations URL: Proposed Calendar Entry: Under “Grading Practices” http://www.students.ubc.ca/calendar/index.cf Credit/D/Fail Grading for Elective Undergraduate Courses m?tree=3,42,0,0 between “Introduction” and “Standings” Students in some direct‐entry undergraduate programs (i.e., those programs from which a student may be admitted directly from secondary school) may elect to attempt Present Calendar Entry: percentage‐graded elective courses with Credit/D/Fail None. Vancouver Senate Policy on Credit/D/Fail Standing page 4 standing will be recorded on a student’s Official Transcript of Academic Record in lieu of their percentage grade in the course. Programs and courses not participating in Credit/D/Fail are noted as such in their academic regulations or course descriptions. No more than twelve (12) credits with Credit or D standing may be applied towards any such degree program and no more than six (6) credits may be attempted as Cr/D/F in any one session. Credit/D/Fail standings shall not count towards a students weighted‐credit average for academic performance evaluations under Academic Performance Evaluations [Link to Chapter 5 regulations on APEs]...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course STATISTICS Stat 200 taught by Professor Eee during the Spring '10 term at UBC.
- Spring '10