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Discussion in 'Nontraditional Students' started by CremasterFlash, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. CremasterFlash

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    I took a class in undergrad as ungraded, meaning that the grade did not contribute to my GPA (French III if memory serves). Like P/F except that it was S/Cr/NC meaning Satisfactory, Credit and No Credit.

    I received an NC due to being an idiot who essentially stopped going to class after the second week. How does this get counted by AMCAS? When I apply will I have to put an F in my grading calculation?

    So far I'm really doing well in my post-bacc and should be able to drag my 3.2 undergrad to something closer to a 3.5 or so. An F would really not help.

    Any knowledge of how the AMCAS common app handles this sort of thing?
     
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  3. Nomemory

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    AMCAS counts everything and that will be counted as an "F". I'd check their website to be certain.
     
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    Oh I see they did fail, yeah it's an F.
     
  5. southpawcannon

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    What about IP(in-progress)? Say you left a program in which you took a course during the first summer that would continue the following summer, in which the goal was to do some sort of project before the end of the second year?
     
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    No they don't. Pass/Fail classes are listed in the "Supplemental Hours" category and not counted toward your GPA. It would be a little unfair to count your failed classes against you and not give you any credit for the ones you passed.
     
  7. CremasterFlash

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    i was thinking about that last night, thanks for the clarification. glad i wasn't filling out my AMCAS on the basis of the earlier advice.
     

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