syll3 - GRADING A total of 900 points are available to be...

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3 GRADING : A total of 900 points are available to be earned (500 from lecture and 400 from the lab). There are no opportunities for extra credit or alternative assignments. Course grades are determined from total point accumulation (lecture + lab) at the end of the semester, with final letter grades based generally on a strait scale; modified if appropriate depending on the class average and point distribution. I will automatically drop your lowest score from Exams I and II and your lowest score from Quizzes 1-7. Your score for the Exam III and the Final Exam (Exam IV) will count even if it is your lowest score. Exam I: 120 Exam II: 120 Exam III 120 Quizzes (7 X 10pts each): 70 Exam IV (Final): 200 Lab 400 Total 1030 Lowest score from Exam I, II, and III -120 Lowest score from Quizzes 1-7 -10 Total 900 There is no extra credit under any circumstances Final scores for the entire course will be normalized Your final course grade will be decided as follows: 100 – 94% A 93 – 90% A- 86 – 89% B+ 83 – 85% B 82 – 80% B- 76 – 79% C+ 73 – 75% C 72 – 70% C-
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