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UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration APS 425 Professor G. William Schwert Advanced Managerial Data Analysis CS3-110L, 585-275-2470 Winter 2010 Fax: 585-461-5475 email: schwert@schwert.simon.rochester.edu Study Group Grading Rules I believe that group assignments are an important method of teaching teamwork. Nevertheless, even within teams it is important to reward superlative performance (of both types). APS 425 group assignments will be graded according to the following rules. For all group assignments (i.e., homework, cases, or projects), the total group score equals the average group score (weighted by the number of possible points for each assignment) times the number of students in the group. On the last day of class (3/16/2010), each group will turn in
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Unformatted text preview: their grade-allocation sheet containing: (a) the percentage (summing to 100%) of the total group score that each member by name is to receive towards his/her final grade, and (b) the signature of each group member. If one group member's signature is missing, the grade allocation sheet is valid and binding on all members. If two or more signatures are missing, the allocation sheet is invalid and the group's score will be allocated equally among the members. 1 I will not arbitrate disputes among group members. No grade allocation sheets will be accepted after March 16. 1 Thus, if you plan to award equal points to all group members, you do not have to turn in a grade-allocation sheet....
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course APS 425 taught by Professor Schwert during the Spring '10 term at Rochester.

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