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Exam date: Thursday September 18, 6-9 PM. SLH F
If people did not do an exam, they can opt to write a make-up exam. There will
be only one such exam, so all people interested in doing so must write at the
Note that the
University's deadline is September 19, so this is as late as I can make it.
If you have already received a mark in
(ie your 'cushion' grade), and writing the exam improves it, then I will go
back and change your grade.
If you plan to write the exam, please send
me an e-mail saying so.
The material for the makeup will be the same as that for the exam I actually
held. You can consult the rest of the webpage for information about what that
material was. Note also that I expect anyone writing the exam to be ready
BEFORE the start of classes. Given the number of things going on at the
beginning of term, there is no chance of being ready if you aren't already
ready by then. If you aren't ready by the time I give the makeup, then you will
simply have to live with the cushion grade.
If you have not yet received a mark in the course, then I will be reporting a
mark for you as of September 19, whether you write the makeup exam or not (this
applies to only a few people).
- Grades were posted outside my office on June 10. People wanting
grades by e-mail should send me a request.
- We had classes on Wednesday May 14, Friday May 16, and Thursday May 22.
and a review session on Wednesday May 28 from 8:30-10:30.
- Exams were held Friday May 30, 8:30-11:30, and
June 9 from 12 to 3.
- Recognizing that it was hard being ready for the exam after
an 8 week hiatus, I computed a "cushion" grade for everyone,
based on their class work. It was not intended as a way out of doing
the final exam (which included material not tested in class),
though people may opt to use it this way.
Rather it is insurance that, if the strike caused you to bomb the
exam, you didn't lose all the work you've already done. The cushion
grade is one half letter grade lower than your class grade.
For example, if your class work and midterm are worth a B+, then
regardless of your performance on the final exam (or even whether
you write it), you would receive at least a B in the course.
- I had said in class that I would not submit grades for people who had
deferred standing. Unfortunately, it appears that the registrar's
is unable to supply a complete list of the people who have such
standing, at least in the near future. Therefore, with the exception
of people with failing cushion grades, or people who have actually
given me a deferral form, I have given everyone a grade. For those
of you who did not do an
exam, this was the cushion grade. As indicated above, if you do
a make-up in September, and this improves your grade, I will
go back and officially change your grade.
- Assignment 5, and solution sheets to Assignments 5 and 6,
are available outside my office, as are assignments that have been
submitted for regrading.