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be assigned a final grade of N or debarred from examinations. Grading: Description A+ A A- Exceptional , outstanding and excellent performance. These grades indicate a student who is self-initiating, exceeds expectation and has an insightful grasp of the subject matter. B+ B B- Very good , good and solid performance. These grades indicate a good grasp of the subject matter or excellent grasp in one area balanced with satisfactory grasp in the other area. C+ C Satisfactory , or minimally satisfactory . These grades indicate a satisfactory performance and knowledge of the subject matter. D Marginal Performance. A student receiving this grade demonstrated a superficial grasp of the subject matter. Description F Unsatisfactory performance. Wrote final examination and completed course requirements. N Did not write examination or complete course requirements by the end of the term.
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Course letter grade - numerical score (%) equivalencies used in the Department are as follows: A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C D F 90-100 85-89 80-84 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 55-59 50-54 0-49 Late assignments: Late assignments will not be accepted unless prior arrangement has been made with the course instructor. Academic Concession for work that will be completed before course grades are submitted by the instructor. A student whose academic performance is affected by injury, family or personal affliction, or illness should immediately consult with University Counselling Services, University Health Services, or another health professional, and may request, directly from the course instructor, deferral or substitution of a mid-term test or examination, or of other work which is due during the term. This request must be accompanied by supporting documentation from the health professional and must specifically cover the date of the missed examination or assignment deadline. It should normally be dated on or before the exam/deadline date and be submitted to the instructor within 10 days of this date. All work for which a Concession is approved must be completed before course grades are submitted by the instructor. If the request for deferral or substitution of term work is denied, a student may appeal as described under Appeals (http://web.uvic.ca/calendar/FACS/UnIn/UARe/Appe.html). If make up tests are assigned, they will be scheduled by the D