Spring2010GroundRules

Spring2010GroundRules - GROUND RULES for MA 15400 Spring...

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GROUND RULES for MA 15400 Spring 2010 Class Period: Students are expected to attend every class meeting and to read the appropriate sections of the text before coming to class. Your instructor may not have time to cover every topic in class. Homework: Homework will be completed and graded on the Web. The assignment sheet contains the list of book problems on which your actual graded homework problems are based. Each assignment has to be completed by 11:59 pm EDT on the day listed on the pull down menu. All homework assignments will be graded on a 10 point scale based on the number of answer boxes answered for each lesson. The two lowest homework scores will not be counted. To have more than two homework scores not counted will require acceptable justification for all missed assignments. Quizzes: A quiz will be given at least twice a week throughout the semester, starting with Quiz #1 on Friday, January 15th. There will be no quizzes the last week of the semester. No make-up quizzes will be given for any reason. The two lowest quiz grades will not be counted. To have more than two quiz grades not counted will require acceptable justification for all missed quizzes. You do not get to skip two and then start bringing in excuses. There will be a quiz on the Friday before the start of Spring Break. No one will be excused. Exams: There are three multiple-choice evening exams scheduled his semester. ( Mark them on your calendar.) Exam 1 : Tuesday February 9 th , starting at 6:30 pm, Elliot Hall of Music Exam 2 : Wednesday, March 3 rd , starting at 8:00 pm, Elliot Hall of Music Exam 3 : Wednesday, April 14 th , starting at 6:30 pm, Elliot Hall of Music Missing an Exam: If you miss an exam for any reason, contact the course coordinator, Tim Delworth, immediately. Make-up exams can only be approved in writing by Tim Delworth (MATH 814, delworth@math.purdue.edu). Make-up exams will be allowed for valid reasons with no grade penalty . For non-valid reasons, a make-up may be allowed with a grade penalty of 20 points being deducted from the student’s earned score. Not knowing the right date, time or location of an exam is NOT a valid reason. The sooner you contact Mr. Delworth the better. Academic Conflict: If you have an academic conflict with an evening exam (another exam or class at the same time) you must let the Tim Delworth know no later than two business days before the exam takes place. Emergency:
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