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Grading Policy:

All work must be completed and handed in prior to the last day of classes in order to receive a passing grade for this course.

Your grade will be computed from your scores on the weekly quizzes and homework problems, the WeBWorK assignments, the midterm exams, the final, and class participation. See the course calendar for the schedule of the quizzes and exams. See the registrar's schedule for the time and location of the final exam (when it is available).

The components have the following weights:

WeBWorK 10 %
Homework 15 %
Quizzes 15 %
Midterm Exam 1 20 %
Midterm Exam 2 20 %
Final Exam 20 %
A late or missing homework or quiz will count as a zero, but your lowest homework and quiz grade will be dropped. See the WeBWorK policy page for details about how WeBWorK problems are graded. There will be no make-ups for missed quizzes, howework or exams. Midterm exams can be taken early only under unusual circumstances, and only by arranging a time with the instructor at least one week in advance of the date of the exam. The final exam can not be rescheduled.

The department has a policy of not giving final exams early, regardless of the reason. Recently, many math finals have been scheduled on the last day of exams and you should make travel plans accordingly. Do not purchase (or let your parents purchase) airline tickets before you know your exam schedule, as flight plans are not an acceptable reason to reschedule the final.

At the end of the term, students sometimes ask me to send their final exam and course grades to them; however, Union College's interpretation of the Federal Educational Records Privacy Act (FERPA) prohibits me from being able to send your grades via email, so I am unable to accommodate such requests.


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Created: 30 Dec 2006
Last modified: 30 Dec 2006 00:00:00
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