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May 30, 2008

Sorry, but the finalized grade wait continues...

I have finalized all the final grades (though I still do not know who got what).  Unfortunately, the administration is not going to be able to review/approve my grade distribution until next week.

Sorry that I cannot push this out sooner, but the grades cannot be released until they get formal administrative approval.  This frustrates me greatly because I know you are eager to find out how you did, and I am eager to find out, too.

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Thanks, Marc Dann?

Posted by: The Masked Law Student | May 30, 2008 10:55:32 AM

Maybe Nancy's first Opinion as AG can be on administrative processes at the state's law schools...

Posted by: Snarky Snarkington | May 30, 2008 11:01:23 AM

Bunch of grades posted today but not this one...

Posted by: anonymous | Jun 2, 2008 4:54:02 PM

The above anonymous comment was sponsored by the Committee For Pointing Out the Obvious.

Posted by: CPOO | Jun 2, 2008 11:29:14 PM

RELAX. one of the big sections does not have their contracts grade...

Posted by: anonymous | Jun 3, 2008 2:36:00 PM

That's not an excuse anymore! :-)

Posted by: Anonymous | Jun 4, 2008 2:49:52 PM

I submitted final grades --- still anon to me --- to the powers that be on Monday morning.

I fear they might be held up because I may have tried to give too many high grades, though I think I still came within the general parameters of the forced curve. Or they may be held up awaiting other sections of Legislation.

Sorry that I have no more information.

Posted by: Doug B. | Jun 4, 2008 8:14:15 PM

:( damn curve

Posted by: Marc Damn | Jun 4, 2008 10:50:18 PM

grades just posted.

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