Physical Education Requirements?

<p>Hey,</p>

<p>Can these be taken for an unsatisfactory/satisfactory? Will they still count towards our GPAs? The website says they "may" be taken for S/U? Do we have to decide when we register for the courses... so are there options with ones that are S/U and others that offer letter grades? Can anyone explain how this works? Also, are the other General Education requirements GPA killers? or are they fairly easy? Thanks.</p>

<p>I been told by students year above me that these GER's aren't difficult. Most of the GER's can be filled by introductory courses and provided that you do the reading/hw you should do well on them. I heard Gym was supposed to be an easy "A" if you showed enough effort and bothered to show up for the classes :d</p>

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<p>Yes, that's exactly how it works, except I believe you can change it pretty late in the semester. I wouldn't recommend doing S/U though cuz as impervious0ne said , those classes are easy As.</p>

<p>okay... so wait, can someone else comment on how "easy" it is to get As in these PE classes. I'm not exactly the most athletic person but I do enjoy sports. I can play sports at an average/above aberage level.</p>

<p>You'll be graded on participation and attendance. Not athletic ability.
Unless you mouth off to the teacher, you'll be fine.</p>

<p>I took both of mine S/U. If you get an A, it doesn't help your GPA much (it's only a one-hour), and if you get a B, it's a nuisance for your record. I took PPF Jogging while I had a thyroid condition and it just killed me. You never know if you'll want to skip it as many times as possible</p>

<p>But I think PE101 has to be graded</p>