These are raw evaluations, unfiltered even for errors of fact. Thus, for example, a student comment about my policy of requiring tin hats to be worn during exams does not (necessarily) mean that I have such a policy.

- Mathematics 3B: Calculus with Applications (Second Course)
Winter 2009 Grade distribution* Over 400 students Fall 2006 Grade distribution* Over 400 students Winter 2005 Grade distribution* 66 student evaluations* Fall 2003 Grade distribution* 88 student evaluations* - Mathematics 3C: Calculus with Applications (Third Course)
Winter 2002 Grade distribution* 72 student evaluations* Fall 2001 Grade distribution* 59 student evaluations* - Mathematics 4A: Linear Algebra with Applications
Winter 2013 Grade distribution* 270 student evaluations* Winter 2015 Grade distribution* 267 student evaluations* - Mathematics 5A: Introduction to Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Winter 2001 Grade distribution* 61 student evaluations* - Mathematics 8: Transition to Higher Mathematics
Fall 2017 Grade distribution* 16 student evaluations* Winter 2012 Grade distribution* 22 student evaluations* Fall 2008 Grade distribution* 27 student evaluations* Fall 2007 Grade distribution* 25 student evaluations* Spring 2005 Grade distribution* 27 student evaluations* Winter 2003 Grade distribution* 21 student evaluations* Fall 2001 Grade distribution* 53 student evaluations* - Mathematics 108A: Introduction to Linear Algebra
Spring 2007 Grade distribution* 27 student evaluations* - Mathematics 137A, B: Introduction to Graph Theory
W, S 2008 Grade distribution* 22 student evaluations* - Mathematics 145: Introduction to Topology
Spring 2017 Grade distribution* 32 student evaluations* Spring 2016 Grade distribution* 19 student evaluations* Spring 2014 Grade distribution* 23 student evaluations* Spring 2013 Grade distribution* 18 student evaluations* Fall 2011 Grade distribution* 12 student evaluations* Spring 2010 Grade distribution* 20 student evaluations*

Grade inflation over time: public vs private universities

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