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C'est la vie . Is it more than three credits? If you think you might be able to get an A with tutoring it might be worth the boost. Introductory language classes at my UG are 5 credits a piece. Easy 10 credits of A's.
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If you're taking the class to satisfy a particular requirement for your degree and not as an elective, are you still allowed to pass/fail the class? I thought the rule was you could only pass/fail classes that count as electives and not for any particular degree requirement?
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