Asked by: Dilara Saborit
asked in category: General Last Updated: 20th April, 2020

How do you beat StraighterLine?


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Beside this, can you cheat on StraighterLine?

Despite our best efforts, some students cheat. Cheating methods include plagiarism, having others take exams, copying and sharing or selling test items, taking exams in groups, searching for test answers during exams and more. As you are aware, until now, StraighterLine has offered optional proctoring.

Secondly, what happens if you fail a StraighterLine course? In fact, you can retake a StraighterLine course as many times as needed -- and it won't affect your GPA at your school.” Typically, our courses apply as pass/fail, so while you would receive the credit for passing the course, it most likely would not affect your GPA.”

Keeping this in view, what is a passing grade on StraighterLine?

Grading Scale StraighterLine provides a percentage score and letter grade for each course. A passing percentage is 70% or higher. Each college has policies with respect to grades for transferred coursework. You should check with the college you plan to attend to determine its specific grade-posting policies.

How does StraighterLine Proctoring work?

Proctoring 101 A proctored exam is an exam that is supervised by an approved, neutral person (a proctor) who ensures the identity of the test taker and the integrity of the test taking environment. StraighterLine requires proctoring on all final exams and uses an online proctoring service called ProctorU.

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