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Santa Monica College grades on a 4-point system. The following grades are computed in the GPA:
- A = 4 (Excellent)
- B = 3 (Good)
- C = 2 (Satisfactory)
- D = 1 (Passing, less than satisfactory)
- F = 0 (Failing)
The following grades are NOT computed in the GPA:
- I = Incomplete
- IP = In Progress
- MW = Military Withdrawal
- RD = Report Delayed
- W = Withdrawal
- CR = Credit given – Performance equivalent to C or better grade
- P = Pass – As of fall 2008 this term is used instead of CR for Credit. Performance equivalent to C or better grade
- NC = No Credit given – Performance equivalent to D or less.
- NP = No Pass – As of fall 2008 this term is used instead of NC. Performance equivalent to D or less
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