371coursegradefall2009d

371coursegradefall2009d - Determination of Course Grade...

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Determination of Course Grade Statistics 371, Fall Semester, 2009, Professor Wardrop At the end of the course, you will have a certain number of points. Your course grade is based on your number of points. In order to save a lot of time later, let me remark that your course grade does not depend on any of the following factors: How hard you work; how much you improve; how much you were hurt by not having more time on the exams; the grade you want; the grade your program wants you to have; the grade you think that your effort, learning, etc. deserves; the fact that you are ‘an A student’ or ‘a B student.’ None of these factors matters. Thus, please don’t mention them to me. By the way, the above list is not exhaustive. They are intended as examples only. So, how do you get these points? (Note: The list below is exhaustive . There are no other ways to earn points, so please don’t ask me how you can earn extra points.) Points from exams: Midterm Exam 1: 40 points maximum. Midterm Exam 2: 40 points maximum.
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course STAT STATS 371 taught by Professor Professorwardrop during the Fall '09 term at Wisconsin.

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