HIST_1010,_Fall_2010

# HIST_1010,_Fall_2010 - HISTORY 1010 Sec 1 WORLD...

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Grades will be calculated as follows: Exams - 29% each = 87% Paragraphs - 13% Grades will be assigned numerically according to the following scale: A = 92.50-100 C = 72.50-77.49 A- = 90.00-92.49 C- = 70.00-72.49 B+ = 87.50-89.99 D+ = 67.50-69.99 B = 82.50-87.49 D = 62.50-67.49 B- = 80.00-82.49 D- = 60.00-62.49 C+ = 77.50-79.99 F = 0-59.99 Academic dishonesty, such as cheating on an exam or plagiarism, will result in a failing grade for the entire course. Plagiarism is any use of someone else’s ideas or wording without giving proper credit to that person. It includes using direct quotations from someone else’s work without using quotation marks (even if you cite the source), or using someone else’s ideas without citing their work. Any student scoring an F on two exams will receive a failing grade for the class, regardless of the score on the other exam.
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