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Unformatted text preview: Assessment Regulations, Stat 200 The following outlines the rules and procedures which will be applied relating to assessment for the course Stat 200. These rules will be departed from only under exceptional circumstances, and in such instances all students will be made aware of any changes in a timely fashion via both the lectures and the course web page. Assessment weightings The weightings given to individual assessment components are specified at the start of the course. At present these components, along with their weight- ings, are as follows: completion of the on-line pre and post course attitude questionnaires (2%, each counting 1%) in-class i > clicker questions (5%) labs (8%) one 50minute midterm test (25%) a 2.5hour unseen final examination (48%) four assignments (12%) These weightings will not normally be altered except possibly in cases of ex- ceptional circumstances (see below). Students may pass the course without attempting certain components, though obviously that tactic is not advised. However, students are expected to ob- tain a pass grade (a score of at least 50%) on the final examination to pass the course. Extenuating circumstances Claims for extenuating circumstances to be taken into account will be con- sidered only if accompanied by documented evidence. This will often be in the form of a doctors note or a copy of a death certificate (in the case of 1 a bereavement), though other verifiable documents may be acceptable de-...
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