Regarding Walter's Breen's academic achievement at Johns Hopkins University,
Pete Smith writes:
Walter Breen was apparently not involved with extra-curricular activity at Johns Hopkins. Duh! Maybe he was too busy studying.
Ken Berger writes:
Let's assume a Bachelor's degree consists of 128 semester credits. Let's further assume that each course consists of 4 credits (although 3 credits is more common). Thus, 128 credits divided by 4 credits per course equals 32 courses, further divided by 2 semesters equals 16 courses per semester. Thus, Breen must have tested out of some courses and achieved part of his credit that way.
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
WALTER BREEN AT JOHNS HOPKINS
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