E for Effort (1940)
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Wed May 5 11:41:27 UTC 2004
From: Benjamin Barrett <bjb5 at U.WASHINGTON.EDU>
: That makes sense and explains my confusion over the "E" usage. I went
: to school in four different school districts, and it seemed there was a
: gradual change going on from an A, B, C, D, F to an A-E scale.
And then there's Carnegie Mellon U's ABCDR scale (as used in the late 1980s,
don't know if they still use it). Campus folklore said the R stood for
Retake, but I have no idea if that's correct.
David Bowie http://pmpkn.net/lx
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