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    caribmdgirl is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Failing policy

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    Hi, prospective student here. I was just wondering if any current/past student could tell me what the policy is for a student who fails an exam and/or a class? For example, if you fail the final exam and end up failing the course, do you get to take a remediation/completion exam, or do you have to retake the class itself? Thanks!

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    Edward007 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Good question I hope someone can reply to shed further light on this subject

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    Huh...?

    No one from this school can pass the step 1, not even the dean....so if you fail, they just ask you for $$ and let you retake it.

    There is no academic committee which can review your performance or help you.

    If you are in this school, you WILL FAIL.

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