I apologize if this is the wrong place to put this in advance. Hello. Well, recently I completed the Calculus based Physics(General Physics I and II) at my community college. In both classes, my grade was a B. My dilemma is that I am wondering whether I whether getting a B here means that I am not on the same level as students who went to university. I read somewhere online that getting a C at community college physics is like getting an F in University Physics. Is there any truth to this? Also, I really don't understand how community college physics is lower than University Physics. At our state college( University of Minnesota-Twin Cities) I have heard of huge grading curves(Some people who get 60/100 on a test end up with a 100). Here at my community college we have no such curve. If the highest grade in the class is a 60/100, that person is getting a 60 on the test. No curve. The only thing is a difference in grade distribution(A-89,B-75,C-62, D-50) So, basically, is community college physics always less than University Physics? Note: The book we used in our class was Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 9th Edition, by Serway and Jewett, if that means anything.