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Midterm1-notes - Comments on Math 135 Section 007 Fall 2008...

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Comments on Math 135 Section 007, Fall 2008, midterm 1 Debbie Leung October 9, 2008 1 Instructions 1.0.1 Pickup Graded exams will be returned to students one by one after class on Friday Oct 10, 3:25pm-3:45pm, in alphabetical order of family names. Exceptions are given to students who have classes at 3:30pm. Please email me to have your exam paper taken out of the pile and be returned right after class. 1.0.2 About the math If you do not receive full marks for a part of a question, please use the official solution set from UWACE to help understand why. Many of you have trouble saying the mathematics precisely. Please read the comments on each question to learn more 1.0.3 About marks and help Please check the score for each question and the totalling. Any problem of this type should be reported to Peter Williamson in the tutorial center on Tuesday Oct 14, 1:30-3:30pm. The midterm was graded by me, the tutorial instructor, and the two grad TAs. Each of questions 2-5 was marked by one person with consistency within 0.5 marks. The four of us agreed on a marking scheme for each of the 6 questions, and partial marks were given strictly according to the common marking scheme – so, we CANNOT reallocate partial credits based on your judgement of what is important (then the decision of the four of us) else we have to regrade the entire 169 students. Your average luck should be within 2 marks out of 45 (i.e. 0.7 marks in the course total).
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