Get an A by exploiting a loophole in the grading curve
February 18, 2013 3:49 PM Subscribe
In several computer science courses at Johns Hopkins University, the grading curve was set by giving the highest score on the final an A, and then adjusting all lower scores accordingly. The students determined that if they collectively boycotted, then the highest score would be a zero, and so everyone would get an A.
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