396.Midterm.Results.Spring.2011 (4)

396.Midterm.Results.Spring.2011 (4) - those 250 points on...

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Corporations, Bankruptcies, and Takeovers Economics 396: Spring 2011 Martin K. Perry Midterm Results Score Students Grade Score Students Grade 150 4 A 100 5 C 145 1 A 95 0 C 140 7 A 90 (60%) 3 C 135 (90%) 4 A 85 4 D 130 3 A 80 4 D 125 5 A 75 (50%) 6 D 120 (80%) 9 B+ 70 2 F 115 median 12 B 65 3 F 110 mean 6 C+ 60 (40%) 0 F 105 (70%) 7 C Below 60 3 F ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - 125 – 150 24 A 90 – 105 15 C 120 9 B+ 75 – 85 14 D 115 12 B 65 – 70 5 F 110 6 C+ 60/Below 3 F 51 A/B+/B/C+ 37 C/D/F The grades assigned to each score are only advisory. After the final exam, I will add the total points and assign final grades. I expect the lowest C for the course to be 240 points out of the total of 400 points, or 60%. So do not expect to receive a C if your total score for the course is less than 240 points. If you received 60 out of 150 points (40%) on this midterm, you would have to earn 180 out of 250 points on the final exam, or 72% of
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Unformatted text preview: those 250 points on the final exam. That would require a large and unlikely improvement from 40% on this midterm to 72% on the final exam. Thus, for those students who received 60 or below, you should seriously consider withdrawing from the course in order avoid receiving an F for the course. The last day for withdrawal is this Monday, March 21. For those students who received 6570, you may also consider withdrawing from the course in order to avoid receiving a D or an F. If you do not withdraw, you should attend to the review sessions. The bankruptcy material in the rest of the course is equally difficult. During my lectures on the bankruptcy cases, I will assume that you have read the facts of the case before the lecture....
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This note was uploaded on 06/21/2011 for the course ECON 396 taught by Professor Perry,m during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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