help- what is considered a "C"

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  1. americanpierg

    americanpierg Senior Member
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    Hi, my college gives out numerical grades only, ie. 1.0, 3.0, 4.0, etc. Some of my prereqs have a numerical grade of 2.0. Is this considered a C or a C- or does the minus matter (since they said they want a grade of at least a C or higher)? I'm not allowed to retake the class at my university becuase its passing...
     
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    2.0 is a C, a C+ is 2.3, and C- is something like a 1.7
     

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