# grade_formula_001 - PHY2048 Fall 2009 August 1 2009 PHY2048...

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PHY2048 Fall 2009 August 1, 2009 University of Florida Page 1 of 2 Department of Physics PHY2048 Overall Course Grade Your overall course score (in %) is evaluated from the following four terms: Overall Course Score = Exams + Quiz + Homework + HITT Exams: Your overall exam score is given by %) 60 ( 80 ) 4 3 2 1 ( × + + + = Ex Ex Ex Ex Exams . Ex1, Ex2, and Ex3 are your exam scores. The exams will be 20 problems each with one point per problem. Ex4 is the cumulative final exam which is also 20 problems and is weighted equally with the other exams, giving a total possible exam score of 80 points (hence the division by 80). The exams are weighted to count for 60% of your overall course score. Quiz: Your overall quiz score is given by %) 20 ( 60 12 1 × = = n n Q Quiz . Q n is your quiz grade for the for n th assignment (0-5 points). These are summed over all 12 quizzes and divided by the total possible points 12 × 5 = 60 and then weighted to count 20% of you overall course score.

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