Yes a C- is still considered passing. If you got a D then no you may not have passed. There are some programs and classes that for your major in order for it to be considered a passing grade you have to make a C or better. The + or - does not really matter at all on a 4.0 scale all that matters is A, B, C, D, F, in some colleges an E is the same as an F it is a failing grade. You passed chemistry be thankful you never have to take that again.
In the United States, you can receive a D- and it is still considered a passing grade.
I've been told that a C is a failing grade in College. You must maintain a grade of a B- or higher.
Does your school give + and - grades? If so, you might have to repeat the class. Best ask your advisor
It depends on the university and if it's needed as a pre-requisite for another class. And if it's required for your degree,you're even more likely have atleast a C. Usually C- are not acceptable for a required course. Check with your advisor.
no it's passing. In less your majoring in chem it is not necessary to maintain any certain grade level.
hmmm. im not real sure but in my school a c or c minus is just above water. just keep on doing hw and may be some extra credit and u may be surprised how quickly things can change!!
If you just need to maintain a C average to stay in your program, you're probably okay assuming your other classes are better. If you need a C in chemistry, well, then you've sorta answered your own question, haven't you? But do check with an academic advisor at your school - they are the ones who can give you a definitive answer.
are you in college? im taking college algegra, and im in high school. if you are in HS too, then it isn't failing. i'm not sure though if you are in college.
C- is okay for some school, it depends what degree you are pursuing to. If you are pursuing a degree of pharmacy or nursing, that's not a very good grade. You have to be careful it won't go below that, it's almost D. D is still passing but based as what I heard, you will be dismissed from the department if your degree is one of these: chemistry, nursing, pharmacy, or physical therapy. Also, the grading policy should be stated in the student handbook of your school. GOOD LUCK!
C is not failing but it is close. Many programs look a GPA and a C can really drag that down. I made a C in Chem 2. If you get a D you have to repeat. : (
yes, that would be considered a failing grade for purposes of getting credit for the course.
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