Discussion in 'Optometry' started by jc10101, May 23, 2009.
i was just wondering how the grading system is in optometry, pass/fail? grades? very curious
Pretty much the same as college. Grading scale depends on the professor.
Evidently SCO is changing clinic grades from actual grades to pass/fail.
In Suny, it's letter grading system w/o the +/-. For example, 89=B, 90=A, 100=A.
At Nova, its %'s.
Most of SCCO's classes are ABCDF grading without the +/-. All the others including clinic grades is pass/fail.
is this still the case? Does anyone know if Western University of Health Sciences is grades or pass/fail?
Most of WesternU's classes are on the letter grading system without +/- as well. Interprofessional education (IPE) small group classes and patient care is pass/fail.
Thank you for answering my question!
P.C.O.: Letter grades (no plus/minus) for most courses; pass/fail, for a small minority (e.g., labs.).
OSU: ABCDF grading, +/- in some classes.
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