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    John Majikes
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    I student did poorly on midterm 1 and wants to take a CV grade. From the following document, this is similar to an incomplete and the student finishes the semester’s work by June.

    https://registrar.unc.edu/files/2020/08/Grading-Accommodations-Fall-2020.pdf

    But the student wants to retake midterm 1 because of the low score. Which from reading the doc implies a WCV (withdrawl). But she can’t take a WCV because she’d lose full time status.

    The document says: A ‘CV’ grade will work similarly to an ‘IN’ grade for an individual student. As with an ‘IN’ grade, a student could pass the course; however, the student requires more time to
    complete particular assignments after the course has ended. Once work is complete, the grade will convert to a letter grade or pass/fail grade, depending upon the grading basis
    of the course.

    Can I confirm that if a student takes a CV that their grades carry over to the next semester?

    Thanks
    John

    #1796
    John Majikes
    Participant

    I called the Registrar’s office, (919) 962-3954, and spoke with Josh (10/20 8:50 AM) and he said that a CV is an incomplete and that all work for the semester with the remaining work finishing up by June 1, 2021.

    If the student wants to zero out the grade, it’s a WCV and the student withdrawals from the class.

    John

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