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Unformatted text preview: scanned copy. However, you should not write anything in your graded exam book if you are submitting a re-grade request. The grader may need to see your original exam at some point. You may not submit a re-grade request if you have written anywhere in your graded exam book after it was returned to you. Do not write in your graded exam book until you are satisfied that you will not be requesting a re-grade. Be aware that if the grader finds a mistake in grading that worked to your advantage, those points could be deducted in the re-grade process. Your name _______________________________________ Your Cornell netid ________________________ Name __________________________ Signature _________________________...
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2011 for the course OR&IE 3300 at Cornell University (Engineering School).