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Hopkins is now P/F!!!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Sir William Osler, Feb 23, 2002.

  1. Sir William Osler

    Sir William Osler Senior Member
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    The rumor is true. I emailed a student and they confirmed that JHU will now be P/F. How does that change anyones decision?
     
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    it is not really p/f. It is honors/high pass/pass/fail = A/B/C/F. Its not really a change.
    Doesn't change my interst on the school.
     
  3. quake

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    I hate it when I do that...
    I meant to say, "doesn't change my interest IN the school"
     
  4. choker

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    that's great, now all you can withdraw from columbia/stanford and get me off the damn waitlists!!!
     
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    Sir William Osler

    Sir William Osler Senior Member
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    damn, i was getting my hopes up that it was just P/F. grrrr.
     
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    Does anyone else find it really odd that med schools try so hard to mask their grading procedures? I wonder how they would feel if every undergrad institution felt the need to make up their own grading schemes.
     

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