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Is this the current grading scale that all teachers are to use?
It looks off to me for some reason.
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Not every class uses the same grading scale. Med. terms has a grading scale similar to the one you posted.
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No. The usual is 90 to 100=A 80-89=B and you get the picture.
I know the nursing program requires you to have at least a 95 to get an A. And anything below 75 is failing.
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Each class syllabus should contain the grading scale for that particular class.
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