by Vickey Hsu Midterm examinations are over. Are you worried that you might not be able to pass some of your courses? To remind those who did not do well on midterms, the standards for post-midterm course-reduction application are: 1. Those who failed less than one-third of their credits on midterm exams may apply to drop one course. 2. Those who failed more than one-third but less than half of their credits on midterm exams may apply to drop no more than two courses. 3. Those who failed half of their credits on midterm exams may apply to drop no more than three courses. Academic Affairs reminds you that the semester’s total credits must not fall below the minimum credits required for full-time enrollment after the course reduction. The application period is from 9:00, 12/1 (Mon) to 16:00, 12/5 (Fri). Enter the Student Information System, under Course Information, select Post-midterm Course Withdrawal, then check the course(s) to be dropped, and click on ‘confirm’ to submit the application. The dropped courses will be marked in blue. If there is any mistake, you can recheck the course(s) and resubmit the application for correction within the application period.