Rutgers, New Brunswick, Mathematics Department

Appeal to Retake a Math Course Failed More Than Once


Instructions

Students who have failed Precalculus (111, 112, or 115), Calculus I (either 135 or 151) or Calculus II (136 or 152) twice can no longer take the course again at Rutgers New Brunswick.

Students who have failed any of these courses twice because of extenuating circumstances can request an exception by submitting an appeal.

The only appeal requests taken into consideration will be from students whose education has been affected by very special circumstances and can provide supporting documentation. At a minimum, the extenuating circumstances, medical or otherwise, must be shown to have affected the student's performance in all courses taken when the Precalculus or Calculus course was failed, and to account for that failure.

Students belonging to SOE or RBS should see their Dean to submit an appeal. Students from all other schools can submit an appeal by filling out this form and attaching any supporting documentation.


Student Information


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Supporting Documents

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