Quizzes will consist of two parts: an in-class section (generally two or three questions) and a take-home portion that will be due at the beginning of the next class. The take-home portion will ask you to redo the in-class questions carefully and fully, and it may include one or two additional problems. Your score for the questions that appear on both parts will be a combination of the scores on the in-class and take-home portions, so even if you do the take-home portion perfectly, you will not get full credit for the problem if you made errors on it in class. In general, for a problem that appears on both parts, the in-class portion will be heighted more heavily (between 1/2 and 2/3 of the points for that problem).
Since the take-home portion of the quiz occurs over the weekend, you will not be able to see me in my office; but you can reach me by email, and I usually check it at least once a day on the weekend. I will try to check my mail about 9:00 or so on Sunday evening, so that you have time to get your questions in, but still have time to take advantage of my answers.
You should use the following guidelines for the take-home portions of quizzes that you turn in:
Copies of the best solutions will be made available in a notebook outside my office, as will any solution that I write up myself.
While you may work with other students on homework problems, the quizzes are to be done independently, including the take-home portions. You may not discuss the quiz questions with anyone except the course instructor until after the quiz has been handed in. The cover sheet for each quiz will remind you of this policy.
See the discussion of the grading policy for the percentage of your grade that will come from your quizzes, and for policy on missed and dropped quizzes.