SMU deploys strict protocols against bogus grades

Quick action taken after all 169 business students were awarded a distinction in their module.

SMU deploys strict protocols against bogus grades

SINGAPORE-Universities in Singapore have always upheld their clean reputation of being uncorrupted. This includes meritocracy, where students progress based on the merits of their hard work. However, the recent incident of a professor giving bogus grades in Singapore's Management University (SMU) ha…


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  1. This is Singapore now. Welcome to the new Stinkapore

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  2. The original prof’s reasoning for giving everyone A is valid.
    A bell curve is very arbitrary and artificial.

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