Cells & Skin - Text: Marieb, E,N,. Human Anatomy and...

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Text: Marieb, E,N,. Human Anatomy and Physiology , 7th Ed. 2007 Agur and Dalley Grant’s Atlas of Human Anatomy , GRADING Your final score will be based on 800 points Lecture Portion Your lecture exams will total 300 point . Laboratory Portion The laboratory portion of the course will total 300 points of the final grade. There will be 2 laboratory practicals , worth 100 points each; 7 best quizzes , worth 10 points each; totaling 70 points . 20 points will come from a class presentation and 10 points will be from your individual muscle cards. The combined score from practicals, quizzes, presentation and muscle cards is a maximum of 300 points
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You must have Total of 680 or higher to be exempt from the final. If your grade is above 680 you may elect to take the final. Your final grade is then based on your score out of 800, which includes the final. If your grade is below 680 you must take the final and you would then calculate your grade as described below .
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Calculating your grade without the final Add each of the scores from T1-T3. Multiply Sum of Ts by 1.67 Example T1=72, T2= 85, T3 = 78, Sum=235
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course KIN 324K taught by Professor Farrar during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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Cells & Skin - Text: Marieb, E,N,. Human Anatomy and...

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