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Every semester/quarter, we college students must face the inevitable specter of registration. For some, it’s as easy as seeing which graduation requirements you have left and just picking the ones you want to take. But what if you’re trying to pick one course in a universe of them that can fulfill a breadth requirement? Or maybe none of the electives sound appealing but you just have to pick one to graduate? In cases like those, it can be invaluable to see past grade distributions and student course reviews to help you decide which class to pick. That’s where Courserank comes into play.
Developed by Stanford undergraduates four years ago, Courserank’s main draw is that it provides previous grade distributions, allowing students to see the specific breakdown by letter grade, professor, semester, and for the course overall. Essentially, it provides information on the relative “easiness” of a course in the past. The unique thing about Courserank is that it has ...read more