Does anyone know the grade scale University of Phoenix uses?

just cant find it on the website.......I want to know what the lowest D is and highest Lowest A what is considered an F?

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  • Here's their Grading Scale:

    95 - 100 : A

    90 - 94 : A-

    88 - 89 : B+

    82 - 87 : B

    80 - 81 : B-

    78 - 79 : C+

    73 - 77 : C

    70 - 72 : C-

    68 - 69 : D+

    63 - 67 : D

    60 - 62 : D-

    Less than 59 : F

    Source(s): Got it from their website
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  • Grade

    A

    A-

    B+

    B

    B-

    C+

    C

    C-

    D+

    D

    D-

    F

    Percentage

    95+

    90-94

    87-89

    84-86

    80-83

    77-79

    74-76

    70-73

    67-69

    64-66

    60-63

    <60

  • The best answer is the one on the bottom.... Thomas sent a snapshot of the grading scale and a link---scroll down to see it. That's the correct answer. The other two are incorrect.

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  • I got a 65 in accounting will I earn my 3 credits?

  • Ecampus.phoenix.edu

  • Www.ecampus.phoenix.edu

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