Class grading: Letter grade vs pass/fail

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    NoName
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    Hi all

    I am getting close to being done with my exams!

    Since the education requirements have changed I have to go back and take the dreaded ethics class for California.

    I have a respectable GPA that I am not trying to harm so I was thinking about setting up the class as pass/fail grading option (instead of a letter grade such as A, B, C etc).

    Has anyone encountered issues with using that for credit when getting licensed?

    The class is through the UC extension.

    Any thoughts are appreciated!

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    Silent
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    As long as you get class credit is all they care.

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    NoName
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    Thank you

    I also received verification from the CA Board stating the same. The more important thing is that the school offering the class is accredited.

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