SUNY's GRADING SYSTEM
A (superior work)
B (good work)
C (satisfactory work)
D (minimum passing work)
F (failing work)
For the other grades I, NC, NR, P, Q, R, S, U, W, see the undergraduate
GRADES ARE NOT SUBJECT TO CHANGE unless we made a
in adding up the numerical grades and/or in converting them into
a letter grade.
In this case contact your instructor as soon as possible.
Students are responsible for keeping track of their grades in the
tests, homeworks and quizzes (if applicable). Students should
their graded work either in class or during recitation.
If you have questions
concerning your grade send a dated, typed and
NOT AN E-MAIL!,
to your instructor, c/o Dept. Math, SUNY Stony Brook, Stony Brook N.Y.
Specify COURSE N., RECITATION N., RECITATION LEADER NAME.
If appropriate, you will receive a written reply.
These matters will be dealt with in writing
Sometimes a grade like C or more is needed for
you to enroll in another class or to apply for or to hold
a fellowship etc. If you scored lower
than that, for example C-, please keep in mind that
we cannot improve your grade to meet prerequisites for other classes
or criteria for fellowships etc. That would be inappropriate.
If your letter grade is higher than expected, it is because we
decided that you were a borderline case deserving a higher grade.