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Grades for all degree students are:

Honors: work done in the course is significantly superior to the average level of performance in the School.
Pass: successful performance of the work in the course.
Low Pass: work done in the course is below the level of performance expected for the award of a degree.
Credit: the course has been completed satisfactorily; no particular level of performance is specified. All first-term courses and certain advanced courses are offered only on a credit/fail basis.
Failure: no credit is given for the course.
Requirement Completed (RC): indicates J.D. preparticipation in Moot Court or Barristers’ Union.

There is no required “curve” for grades in Law School classes. Individual class rank is not computed and the grading system does not allow for the computation of a grade point average.