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What does "bracketing" mean?

The term "bracketing" is often used to describe the Office of the Registrar process of applying a repeat code (REPT) to an undergraduate student's academic record in PeopleSoft to exclude course units and GPA from the term and cumulative statistics.

The Office of the Registrar receives APAS reports at the end of final exams, two weeks after final exams, and eight to ten weeks after final exams for any undergraduate student that repeated a course for the current term. The query is based on the 'repeat message' a student receives at the time of registration.

The process what created to accommodate provisions of the Grading and Transcripts policy.

Bracketing Underway

The fall 2010 bracketing reports have been run, and Office of the Registrar staff are currently "bracketing" grades.

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