http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/12635Professor Peter Frölich has maintained a grading curve in which each class’s highest grade on the final counts as an A, with all other scores adjusted accordingly. So if a midterm is worth 40 points, and the highest actual score is 36 points, “that person gets 100 percent and everybody else gets a percentage relative to it,” said Frölich.This approach, Frölich said, is the “most predictable and consistent way” of comparing students’ work to their peers’, and it worked well.At least it did until the end of the fall term at Hopkins, that is.As the semester ended in December, students in Frölich’s “Intermediate Programming”, “Computer Science Fundamentals,” and “Introduction to Programming for Scientists and Engineers” classes decided to test the limits of the policy, and collectively planned to boycott the final. Because they all did, a zero was the highest score in each of the three classes, which, by the rules of Frölich’s curve, meant every student received an A.Kinda like what the students of the dumbed-down nanny state do all of the time. But the gubmint prof's never change the rules of the game else they would be out of a job. And there intentions are good.