Physics 119 Waves & Optics Lab_ Grades

Physics 119 Waves & Optics Lab_ Grades - Physics 119...

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Unformatted text preview: Physics 119 Waves & Optics Lab Home Meeting Times/ Locations Lab Section/ T.A. Info WebAssign FAQs Course Structure Pre-Lab In-Class Post-Lab Due Dates Make-Up Work Grades Email policy Instructors Only Grades Labs will be graded on a 10 point scale as follows: Pre-labs, on WebAssign, are worth 2 points. Since the purpose of the pre-lab is to give the student practice working with the concepts, theory and experimental methods, answers may be submitted to pre-lab questions up to 50 times per question without penalty. Exceptions to the 50 submission rule may occur for pre-lab reading quizzes, diagnostic pre-tests, or multiple-choice questions. In most cases, the pre-labs are graded immediately, and the student will be able to see which questions were answered incorrectly and fix those that allow more than one submission. In-class worksheets will be graded credit/no-credit. Credit = 3 points. No-credit = 0 points. If a student attends the session and makes a good-faith effort to complete the experiment, he or she will be...
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course PHYSICS 119 taught by Professor Davidpengra during the Winter '11 term at University of Washington.

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