Professor Healy quoted in New York Times

April 16, 2012 | Vince Moore

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In a New York Times story about graduate school and the likelihood of failing grades, Furman computer science professor Christopher Healy offered his expertise on the matter.  Healy, who researches and compiles grade distributions, said “about 75 percent of grades in master’s programs are A’s, 22 percent are B’s and 3 percent are C’s. Less than 1 percent are D’s or F’s.”

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