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Grades and Records

Grades represent the level or quality of the student's performance measured against standards of knowledge, skill, and understanding as evaluated by the instructor. Grades are reported to the university registrar at the end of each semester by the following symbols:

Grade
Definition
Numerical Equivalent
A
Outstanding
4.0
B+

3.5
B
Good
3.0
C+

2.5
C
Satisfactory
2.0
D
Poor
1.0
F
Failure
0.0
 
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