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Post Exam 3 Questionnaire Apr. 8, 2008 Due:Apr. 15, 2008 Name: ________________________ Chem 108 Section:__________ Score on Exam 1 (0-100) ______ Multiply by 0.34 1. ______ Score on Exam 2 (0-100) ______ Multiply by 0.34 2. ______ Score on Exam 3 (0-100) ______ Multiply by 0.34 3. ______ Estimated final homework points (0-100) ______ Multiply by 0.16 4. ______ This number is calculated by adding up the number of homework points you received so far and estimating the number of points you will earn for the rest of the semester. The maximum number of points you can get is 100, any amount over 100 is not counted. Estimated final quiz points (0-100) ______ Multiply by 0.16 5. ______ This number is calculated by adding up the grades on all of your recitation quizzes. The maximum grade you can get is 100, any amount over 100 is not counted. If the sum of your quizzes does not equal 100, you have to estimate what you will get on the final 3-4 quizzes. Estimated Basic Skill points
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Unformatted text preview: # of Basic Skills where you earned (or will earn) 100% (0-8) _________ Multiply by 10/8 6 _______ # Basic Skills done by bonus deadline (0-8) ________ Multiply by 0.25 7. ______ Current grade points in Chem 110 Add lines 1-7 8. ______ Letter grade low-end cutoff 9. ______ Decide what letter grade you are shooting for in Chem 110. Listed below are the low-end cutoffs for that grade as they are listed in the Chem 110 Syllabus. These numbers should not change by more than 1-2 points from semester to semester. A = 180; B = 160; C = 138; D = 114 Points needed Subtract line 8 from line 9 10. ______ for desired grade Estimated grade needed on final exam Divide line 10 by 0.56 11. ______ Now its up to you to adjust your study habits accordingly to achieve this grade. You should realize that if the final grade you calculate for the letter grade you are aiming for is substantially higher than any of your exam scores, you need to make DRASTIC changes in your study habits....
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course CHEM 108 taught by Professor Bojan during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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