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    PASS/NO CREDIT OPTION FOR ABOVE ZERO
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    LEVEL COURSES
    A student may take a course at the 100 le
    vel or higher on a Pass/No Credit basis. A grade
    of Pass is earned if the student completes the course at the "Satisfactory" (C) level or
    above. A grade of "No Credit" is recorded if the student fails the course or completes the
    course at the "Marginal"
    (D) level. A student may change from Pass/No Credit to the A
    -
    F grade option, or from the A
    -
    F grade option to Pass/No Credit, up to the end of the
    third
    week of the Fall or Spring terms or 20% of any shorter term. A maximum of
    two
    courses
    (maximum 8 credi
    ts) taken on a Pass/No Credit basis may be used toward the degree.
    This option may not be used for a course in the student's major.
    This is the supposed grading policy for my college, I hate to say it but I finished my psych class with a D, so does this mean I failed my class?

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    Uzumaki Naruto
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    A grade of Pass is earned if the student completes the course at the "Satisfactory" (C) level or above. A grade of "No Credit" is recorded if the student fails the course or completes the course at the "Marginal"
    (D) level.


    I am sorry, you did not FAIL your class, but they might as well say you did, because you did not receive a credit for it. The D grade for your class is marginal. If you ask me they're just making it sound nicer. To put it bluntly if you do not get at least a C, you failed.

    Sorry bro . Don't give up, try again.

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