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N.C - notation on transcript


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I'm guessing it means non-credit? ie. that credit does not contribute to your degree. Read through your transcript guide for its meaning.

 

If it is indeed non-credit, UofT will automatically drop that as your lowest credit if you qualify for the weighting formula.

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This also appears for courses that are in progress when you print your transcript. I think this is meant to show that you didn't withdraw but that you haven't been awarded the credits or the mark for that course.

 

It also serves a functional purpose in that it doesn't allow you to forge letter and number grades to those courses since NC is written instead of leaving the grade spot blank.

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They cannot require grades for courses where there are no grades. And from what you say, it does not affect your GPA. I would imagine, they would require an explanation. When one audits a course, what, if anything, shows up on the transcript?

 

That is very much school dependent :)

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