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Save Your Sanity (And Your GPA) And P/D/F That Class

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The clock is ticking so get on SSOL right now.

We’re back from break and that means getting back the midterms from that class that sounded like fun when you registered for it in December, but ended up being a lot more work than you expected. You might not have done as well as you hoped but that doesn’t mean you have to give up entirely. Turn your frown upside down, and Pass/D/Fail that class. Or maybe, you decided to P/D/F an elective that is proving to be easier than expected and you could use an extra boost. Whatever your predicament,  you’ve got to resolve it quickly, because the deadline to P/D/F a class is tonight. SEAS students should also note that this is their deadline to drop a class (everyone else, we’re sorry but you missed your chance).

If you need some help figuring out how to resuscitate your GPA, here are the P/D/F policies for CC and SEAS, GS, and Barnard students. Good luck!

this is very serious via Bwog Archives

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