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An undergraduate student has the option to repeat once as many as three different completed courses (including special exams as described below) with only the grade, credit hours, and quality points for the second completion used in computing the student’s academic standing and credit for graduation. The limit of three repeat options holds for a student’s entire undergraduate career (including when academic bankruptcy is exercised as described below), no matter how many degrees or programs are attempted. A student may not use the repeat option when retaking a course on a Pass/Fail basis if the course was originally taken for a letter grade. A student may use a repeat option when repeating a course for a letter grade if the course was originally taken pass/fail.