FAQ - Undergraduates
All business and international core courses must be completed with grades of "C" (2.0) or better. The concentration courses in the accounting, information systems, management science and foreign language concentrations require "C's" or better. The courses within the other concentrations must be completed with "C" averages.
It is to the student’s benefit to repeat a class in which he/she received a grade of D or F to raise the GPA. In order to satisfy major requirements and General Education Requirements for CSU breadth and IGETC, the student must have a minimum of C grade in all coursework. If you received a grade of D or F in a course, you may petition to enroll in the course again. You should fill out the Course Repetition form and submit it to the Admissions Office at the time you re-enroll in the course.
UofM Registration Guide 2003-2004: FAQ
UMREG will not allow you to do so. You must seek approval of your faculty/school/University 1 prior to registration.
Frequently Asked Questions | Undergraduate Advising | Virgin...
This will vary with your major and the course. For example, all business majors must have a grade of C- or better in nine lower division courses before going on to junior level classes. Consult with your academic advisor.
Transfer Student FAQ - Frequently asked Questions
Yes, we accept transferable courses in which you received a grade of D--except for courses required for transfer admission (one college-level writing course and one college-level mathematics course) and for courses that satisfy the general-education requirements in writing, mathematics, and a second language. We accept transferable courses graded P or S.
Collin County Community College District Transfer Programs :...
Every college/university has a different policy regarding the repetition of courses. This guide provides a good example of how some of our partner colleges handle this.
Wayne College - Academic Advising FAQ
Students who have earned “C -“ or below in a course may choose to repeat the course for change of grade. Students may repeat a course a maximum of 2 times, i.e. one course may be taken a total of 3 times. NOTE: When courses are repeated for change of grade, all letter grades will remain on the official transcript. The most recent grade will be used to calculate the student’s GPA regardless of whether it is lower or higher than the grade received from a previous attempt.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A student who gets an A is not eligible to repeat a course. A student who receives a B or C can retake the course only once. The two grades will be averaged to determine the student's final course grade. A student who receives a D or F can repeat the course as many times as necessary until a grade of C or better is earned. For more information about repeating a course, see the Admissions Criteria and Academic Regulations section of the University Catalogue.
A student may not repeat a course for credit unless he/she earned an "F" or "U" the previous time(s) attempted. When a student repeats a course that was previously failed, the second grade does not replace the first. Both grades will show on the record and will be included in the cumulative data.
Riverside Community College District | Services | Counseling
Not necessarily. However, certain requirements may be met only with a "C" or better grade, such as the English and math competency requirements for the associate degree and all courses required for an occupational certificate. Also, if the course is specifically required for the major, you are generally advised to repeat a "D" grade and must repeat any "F" grade.
Frequently Asked Questions -BIZTEK- ::
According to the institution’s policy, any student earning a D grade in any courses will have to repeat the same course in following semester, as a GPA of 1 does not meet the criteria to be worthy of the degree.
Yes. In most programs, there is no limit to the number of times that a course may be repeated. In each instance the highest grade received when repeating a course will be used to determine the QPA. If you are receiving financial aid, you might want to discuss course repetition with the financial aid office.
I don't give grades. You earn grades. Your course grade is the weighted average of your exams and homework/participation. If, for example, you earned B's and C's on the exams, you should not expect to earn an A for the course.
School of Physical Therapy
Basically we deal with the transcripts sent to us from your previous college work and will accept the higher grade. The Admission Committee does however, look at how many times a course was repeated.
Rutgers-Newark/NJIT Federated Department of History
You must get a C or higher for a course to count toward the history major or minor requirements. Rutgers allows students to retake courses in which they got a D or an F, but there is no guarantee that a specific course will be offered again. If you retake a course, this new grade replaces the old one in your GPA, but the old course still appears on your transcript.
RIBGHE - Transfer FAQs
Grades of "C" or higher are required for transfer. However, some schools may accept "C-" or "D" as elective credit only. If you are transferring among CCRI, RIC, and URI, a "D" can transfer for elective credit but specified prerequisite courses may require a "C" or better.
High Tech High -- Frequently Asked Questions
I already took physics in middle school, so I don’t want to take HTH math/physics in 9th grade. I already took Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II in middle school, so I don’t want to take HTH math/physics in 9th grade or math/chemistry in 10th grade.