auditing classes

<p>Does JHU have the same policy that Princeton has for auditing. I'm probably going into some type of science, but it would be interesting to audit different types of courses.</p>

<p>who knows, this is the princeton forum innit</p>

<p>I wanted to go to Princeton before I got into high school then realized the accepted under 10%.</p>

<p>If you're taking a class, and during the semester you anticipate getting a C, can you change that class to an PDF and have a pass instead? Or the other way around- you're doing surprisingly well and want an A instead of a pass</p>

<p>Also if want to get recruited by some ibank or wall street, what classes should you take/PDF? Btw why is it called PDF like the file extension</p>

<p>^PDF stands for Pass/D/Fail, which are the possible grades that can show up on your transcript.</p>

<p>If you get a D in a PDF course, does it count as a 1.0 on your GPA or not count like a P would?</p>

<p>I would imagine that you'd get a 1.0. Although the fact that you care is a bit disconcerting...</p>

<p>The grading policy is changing next year, and basically you choose to PDF a class (if any) during the 9th week of classes, and you can't change back.</p>

<p>I was just asking about a hypothetical situation. I definitely don't plan on getting any D's...</p>

<p>sigh another i banker</p>