Large data set

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I need a way to identify students with a downward trending term over term GPA. There are over 20,000 rows of data but NOT 20,000 unique students in the data set. Students have multiple rows of data, one row for each completed academic term. For example: john smith has four completed terms, which means four rows of data, each row showing GPA for the given term. If his GPA goes from an A to B to C to D  – I need him  flagged/marked.


By: Tara

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