The great thing in most med schools is that there aren't standard grades. Premeds are so obsessed with grades, so it's nice not have to worry about getting an A vs. a B. You'd think that it would make things less competitive, right?
Except where I went to med school, we had: Honors, High Pass, Pass, Low Pass, and Fail. And this grading system seems to be pretty common in med schools.
So... how exactly is this different from A, B, C, D, and F?