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I haven't heard anything official in terms of a curve, so I wouldn't be surprised if our raw scores made up our official grades. Based on past years, though, there might be a small curve with a few points, but considering the class averages for this year I'm not really sure.
there is no official curve but as long as you get 50% of the required points , you pass with a C- and he just emailed everyone that he will be adding 10 additional points to everyone's grades, capped at 100%
It seems like the class average is pretty high so there probably won't be a curve, but the professor did say in an email that he will be giving everyone an additional 10 points on the final (capped at 180), and he mentioned in a post on Chem Community to expect more good news by the end of the week.
Someone mentioned above that you need at least 50% to get a C- in the class, and I know it says that on the syllabus, but does this mean that everyone who gets a grade above a 50% will definitely pass the class with a C-? Or does it just mean that students who score less than 50% will definitely not pass the class?
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