Wise Guide

Repeating Courses

Students have the option to retake a course they have failed. Whenever a student retakes a course, both grades will appear on the student's transcript and will be factored into the student's cumulative grade point average, but no academic credit will be awarded for the first time the student took the course.

Repeating Evidence for Clinicals

A student who received a grade below "C" in Evidence, but who wishes to register for a clinical course for which a grade of "C" or better in Evidence is required, may demonstrate competence in Evidence by taking a second, regularly scheduled Evidence examination. The grade achieved on this second Evidence examination will not appear on the student's transcript or be counted in the calculation of the student's cumulative grade point average, but will be used solely to determine eligibility for clinical courses. Students should consult the Associate Dean for Students.