(THE COLLEGE FIX) — A Georgia professor’s “stress reduction policy” apparently allows students to select their own grade if the one they received does not sit well with them, according to the instructor’s online syllabus.

“Emotional reactions to stressful situations can have profound consequences for all involved,” writes Instructor Rick Watson for his computing class offered at Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.

“If you feel unduly stressed by a grade for any assessable material or the overall course, you can email the instructor indicating what grade you think is appropriate, and it will be so changed. No explanation is required,” states the classroom rule, called on the syllabus the “stress reduction policy.”

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