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Unformatted text preview: ture and recitation, or no fewer than two
hours per week of laboratory work throughout a semester. The number of credits is a measure of quantity. The
grade is a measure of quality.
Additional work of any type submitted to improve a
grade after the ﬁnal grade has been assigned and sent to
the Registrar’s Ofﬁce is never accepted.
The normal grading system for undergraduate credit is
A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D, and F. The normal
grading system for graduate credit is A+, A, A-, B+, B,
B-, C, and F. Grade Point Average Quality points for each credit are assigned on a scale of
4.00 for A+ or A, 3.67 for A-, 3.33 for B+, 3.00 for B,
2.67 for B-, 2.33 for C+, 2.00 for C, 1.67 for C-, 1.00
for D, and 0 for F. A grade point score is computed by
multiplying the value of the letter grade by the number
of credits for the course. For example, a student receiving an A in a 3-credit course earns 12 quality points.
The GPA is computed by dividing the quality points
earned by the number of credits gr...
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