Are UPenn and Columbia forighn LLMs graded on the curve?


SAPIENTI

Are they? Or not graded at all?

Are they? Or not graded at all?
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Columbia: to my knowledge, yes. Why?

Columbia: to my knowledge, yes. Why?
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SAPIENTI

Just for my information. So?

Just for my information. So?
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Paul

Very interesting post actually. Do you guys know which schools grant LLMs certain "benefits"? I heard the following:

NYU/Georgetown: not graded on the curve.
Chicago: extra 30 minutes to do the exams.

Is that true? Do you know other schools with similar arrangements?

Very interesting post actually. Do you guys know which schools grant LLMs certain "benefits"? I heard the following:

NYU/Georgetown: not graded on the curve.
Chicago: extra 30 minutes to do the exams.

Is that true? Do you know other schools with similar arrangements?
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I heard that those in Umich who either did not ask for or were not given TOEFL exemptions were given extra 30 minutes to take exams; also LLM were both graded on the curve and required to maintain a B average.

I heard that those in Umich who either did not ask for or were not given TOEFL exemptions were given extra 30 minutes to take exams; also LLM were both graded on the curve and required to maintain a B average.
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SAPIENTI

I see. Interesting. But what about Columbia and UPenn in particular?

Any current LLMs from there?

P.S. Is it feasible to create a separate topicfor this issue?

I see. Interesting. But what about Columbia and UPenn in particular?

Any current LLMs from there?

P.S. Is it feasible to create a separate topicfor this issue?
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