Sep 09, 2020 · Changes to Class Rank Reporting In addition to the removal of the “D,” from the letter grade scale, there are also some changes to the reporting of class rank. Students who began the 2019-20 school year as juniors, sophomores or freshmen will see a modification to the previous class rank reporting practice.
Grading for all first-year courses can include any grade from 4.3 (A+) to 1.0 (F) on a mandatory curve. The average of the grades for each course must be between 3.15 and 3.25. The grade distribution must be as follows. 20-25% of all grades for the class must be 3.7 or above; 20-25% of all grades for the class must be 2.6 or below; and
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Nov 30, 2020 · College grades can also motivate you to do what's required in a class to meet the learning objectives. Many students skip or otherwise put little effort into class activities that aren't assigned a specific point value or directly linked to a grade, such as attending live sessions or reading assigned chapters.
Apr 27, 2021 · Evergreen State College equates this system of grading with receiving a letter of recommendation for every class, since prospective employers can get a better idea of the strengths and abilities of the student with the words of their teachers compared to just a letter grade. 7. Prescott College. Prescott College is a private liberal arts ...
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- Defining p and Z Grades
- Impacts of p and Z Grades on Students
- Transfer Students
- Dual Enrollment Students
P and Z grades simply represent whether the student passes the class with credit (P) or no credit (Z). The P grade indicates a passing grade and is equivalent to a C or higher (A/B/C) on a five-grade scale. The Z grade represents a failing grade and is equivalent to a D/F. Neither grade is factored into the Maricopa grade point average (GPA).
A P grade does not impact Title IV Financial Aid. Since a P grade is passing with a C or better, college credit is awarded. Financial aid eligibility will be based on passing the course. Satisfactory Academic Progress will count the course as attempted and completed towards pace of progression. For veterans, a P grade is permitted with no impact. For Z grades (no-credit), COVID-19 should be reported as the mitigating circumstance for the student’s receipt of a non-punitive grade; Veterans Affair (VA) will pay for the class. A P grade does not affect student athletes. Since some sports seasons have been cancelled, a P grade will not change athletic eligibility or be factored into a GPA. Students who may require letter grades to improve their GPA for eligibility purposes should speak to their advisor. A P grade does not affect international students. As long as 12 credit hours are earned for the semester, a P grade will not negatively impact International students. A P grade might hav...
Within the state of Arizona, the AZTransfer policy that governs admissions and transfer guidelines has been modified to allow P grades to be acceptable in transferring statewide within the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) and transfer pathways. All three state universities (Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University), in addition to Grand Canyon University and University of Phoenix, have confirmed acceptance of P grades being awarded during the semesters affected by the COVID-19 pandemic response. However, students who received a P grade, rather than a letter grade, during the COVID-19 pandemic response may apply to replace their P grade with the letter grade earned (and vice versa) in the class for up to one academic year after the grade was issued. Students who apply to replace their P grade with a letter grade more than one academic year after the grade was issued, will be limited to receiving a letter grade of C. In the event that...
P and Z grading is not automatic in any Dual Enrollment courses and is not available for year-long Dual Enrollment classes. Furthermore, the option is not recommended for Spring-only Dual Enrollment courses, as P grades are not guaranteed to transfer or apply to graduation requirements outside the AZTransfer institutions. We encourage students to contact their immediate faculty members, advisors, or program directors for additional support or clarification.