Intro - MET 1010: Introduction to Weather Instructor:...

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MET 1010: Introduction to Weather Instructor: Konstantin Matchev Time: MWF 3:00-3:50 pm Location: NPB 1001 Office hours: M 4:00-4:30 pm Please, pick up a copy of the syllabus.
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The Rules of the Game Time and Location        Mo nda y, We dne s da y a nd Frida y,  3:00-3:50 pm    NPB 1001   Office Hours:          Mondays at 4:00 pm in my office (NPB 2055) .         e -m a il: m a tc he v@ phys .ufl.e du         te l. : 392-5709  Required Materials The  m a in te xtb o o k - "Meteorology Today" b y C . Do na ld Ahre ns ,  9 th  edition. The  bookstore has the accompanying workbook and study guide but it is  not required.  We will NOT be using the  Student Response System  fo r in-c la s s   e va lua tio n (a ka  c lic ke rs ). MET 1010 web page http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~matchev/MET1010               Ple a s e  c he c k fo r upda te s  re g ula rly.
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Exams Exams Thre e  m idte rm  e xam s  (33 m ultiple  c ho ic e  q ue s tio ns , 3 po ints  e ac h). Fina l e xa m  (33 m ultiple  c ho ic e  q ue s tio ns , 3 po ints  e a c h).  Exam ple s  o f o ld e xam s  fro m  pre vio us  ye a rs  a re  po s te d o n the  we b- pa g e . Ma y als o  c he c k o ut G a ine s ville  S un’s  “We athe r Trivia”. The  da te s  o f the  e xa m s  a re  a nno unc e d: Midterm 1: February 15, Monday (in class, 3:00 pm) Midterm 2: March 22, Monday (in class, 3:00 pm) Midterm 3: April 14, Wednesday (in class, 3:00 pm) Final exam: April 27, Tuesday, 1:00 pm   You will be allowed one drop, so there will be no makeup exams given under any conditions.   If two  m idte rm  e xa m s  a re  m is s e d yo u will b e  e xpe c te d to  withdraw fro m   the  c o urs e . G ra de s  will b e  po s te d o n e -Le a rning . Assignments      The re  will b e  no  as s ig nm e nts , ho m e wo rk, o r e xtra  c re dits . Yo ur g ra de  will b e ba s e d e ntire ly o n yo ur pe rfo rm anc e  o n the  e xa m s .
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Grading Scale G ra de       pe rc e nt s c o re            po ints  to ta l
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