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U of T Law To Abolish Letter Grades

The University of Toronto Faculty of Law – following the approach of Yale, Harvard, and Stanford – is changing its grading system. Subject to faculty approval, students will soon be graded based on a High Honours/Honours/Pass/Low Pass/Fail system: According to faculty of law assistant dean Sara Faherty, the shift means that students will be able to further concentrate on their work without worrying over studying certain aspects of the course. “Rather…read more →

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