Hello. I was wondering if someone who has some knowledge of how the Academy looks at final semester grades could give their opinion. Some of the schools here in California are just continuing the grades that students had before distance learning if they are meeting the minimum distance learning standards. Some of the schools, including some that are on quarters instead of semesters, are going to a default of "pass/fail" for the last quarter which has all been conducted under distance learning. In some cases, the default is pass/fail, but the students may be able to opt in to receiving a letter grade instead. I was just wondering if someone "in the know" has a perspective on this. In other words, how does admissions at the Academy look at final semester grades ordinarily and how are they looking at them now based upon the impact of COVID-19 and distance learning, etc? Just wondering..... Thanks.