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Graduate students must maintain a 3. No courses with a grade lower than C may be applied towards program requirements. D Undergraduate students who receive D grades in general education or elective courses may apply this coursework towards fulfilling graduation requirements as long as they meet the minimum cumulative grade point average required for graduation.
D grades are not acceptable for baccalaureate level major or specialization requirements. No graduate student may apply a grade of D towards program requirements. F An F grade is counted as a course attempted, but it does not constitute a passing grade nor does it satisfy major or institutional requirements.
Grades of F may impact financial aid or military benefits. Students should contact their advisor with questions. Grades of FN may impact financial aid or military benefits. W A W is given when a student withdraws from a course prior to the end of the regular withdrawal period or when a student is approved for retroactive withdrawal from all courses in a term.
Grades of W may impact financial aid or military benefits. WA A WA is recorded when the student is administratively withdrawn from a course due to non-attendance. Grades of WA may impact financial aid or military benefits.
WA grade notation effective Fall-A I A grade of I is recorded at the end of the term when a student is granted an extension of time to complete coursework.
The incomplete will be replaced by the grade earned at the end of the extension period. S A grade of S is available only for certain approved courses and is defined as coursework at U A grade of U is available only for certain approved courses and is defined as receiving less than Back to Top Grade Point Average Computation Cumulative grade point average is calculated by dividing quality points earned by the number of attempted credit hours.
Quality points are computed by multiplying the quality point value by the number of credit hours of the course. Final GPA calculations are carried to two decimal points and are not rounded up.
Back to Top Grade Appeal Process Each CSU-Global course clearly defines the instructional objectives of the course at the beginning of each term and provides guidelines for evaluating student achievement in a manner consistent with the stated objectives.
Students are responsible for maintaining standards of academic performance established for each course in which they are enrolled.
Instructors are responsible for determining and assigning final course grades. Prior to considering a grade appeal, students are expected to discuss course-related questions or concerns with their instructor directly so that the instructor has the opportunity to work with the student to seek resolution.MODEL GRADING SYSTEM - 3 - INTRODUCTION The American Board of Orthodontics is constantly striving to make the clinical examination a fair, accurate, and meaningful experience for examinees.
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In his book about Job Evaluation, Thomas Paterson explains that understanding and grading any job is about practicality and questioning. The Paterson Job Grading system has been around since the late 60's and has undergone many changes to modernise for our current working world.
MODEL GRADING SYSTEM - 3 - INTRODUCTION The American Board of Orthodontics is constantly striving to make the clinical examination a fair, accurate, and meaningful experience for examinees.