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Regrade Procedures: Midterms will be handed back in discussion section. Your GSI will have a copy of the midterm and a copy of the solutions, with grading schemes. You will have an opportunity during section to look over your test and decide if you want a regrade. If you leave the room with your test, you absolutely may not submit for a regrade. If you feel that your grade is inconsistent with the grading scheme, please write a polite note, on a separate sheet of paper, explaining to the grader why you feel you deserve more credit. In order to get extra credit, you must be able to show that your grade is inconsistent with the grading scheme. These are the only grounds for a regrade. The GSI who graded your problem will regrade it and return it to your GSI. The entire problem will be regraded – this means that you are not guaranteed to not lose points on either the other parts of the problem. If, after the regrade, you still feel that your grade is unfair (i.e.,
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course PHYSICS 7A taught by Professor Lanzara during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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