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Grading System

All grades are to be given as letters, following the numerical equivalents given below.

AWork of consistently high caliber
Participation in class discussion outstanding in quality
Intellectual enthusiasm
Considerable initiative and originality in approach
Ability to apply the factual material learned, draw conclusions, make comparisons, and develop general concepts
BGood grasp of subject matter
Thoughtful applications of facts learned
Ability to express ideas with facility and fluency
Meaningful contribution to class discussions
C Adequate understanding and use of subject matter
Acceptable class participation and preparation
DWork slightly above minimum requirements. (This level of work at year's end gives little promise of marked success in any further study of the subject.)
FWork not meeting minimum standard

The above presupposes that assigned work is completed punctually, is neat, and in proper form.


Grading Scale

A+97-100C+77-79
A93-96C73-76
A-90-92C-70-72
B+87-89D+67-69
B83-86D60-66
B-80-82F0-59

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