REMOVAL OF DEFICIENCIES
A grade of “F” represents failure. There shall be no re-examination privilege. A student must repeat a failed course which is considered a pre-requisite to other courses he/she wishes to take prior to registering for those courses, whether an elective or required course for graduation. No student shall repeat any course more than once.
A grade of “I” indicates that a student was unable to complete the course for some legitimate reason. An “I” grade shall be removed by examination, completion of Assignment due or special work by the end of the semester in which the “I” was received. At the discretion of the concerned Faculty, an “I” grade may be removed within one calendar year dating from the close of the semester in which the grade was received.
A grade of “AB” indicates that a student has attended classes during the semester, but failed to take final examination. It is considered a failure.
A grade of “DR” indicates that a student who has officially registered for a course accumulates an excess of the number of absences allowed. “DR” is also considered a failure.
A grade of “W” indicates that a student who has officially registered for a course officially withdrew either from the course or temporarily from the Law School. The student is required to do the course when readmitted.