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on
a
problem.
 The
 important
 thing
 is
 not
 the
 exact
 number
 of
 points
 that
 were
 taken
 off
 for
 each
 kind
 of
 mistake.
 The
 important
 thing
 is
 that
 the
 number
 was
 the
 same
 for
 everyone.
 So
 it
 can't
 be
 changed
 once
 the
 grading
 is
 done
and
the
exams
or
assignments
have
been
returned.
If
you
have
questions
or
concerns
about
any
of
your
 grades,
contact
me
during
office
hours
or
via
email.


 
 Final
Grades:
Final
grades
will
be
assigned
according
to
the
following
standard
criteria:
 
 























Final
Average


 



Letter
Grade
 




























90
‐
100







 
 A
 




























80
‐
89









 
 B
 




























70
‐
79








 
 C
 




























60
‐
69









 
 D
 




























0
‐
59











 
 F
 Final
class
grades
will
be
calculated
to
2
decimal
places
and
rounded
to
the
nearest
integer.
89.49
is
a
B.

89.50
 is
an
A.

The
line
has
to
be
drawn
somewhere,
and
no
special
allowances
will
be
made
for
students
whose
final
 average
falls
near,
but
below
the
cutoff.

 Nonacademic
explanations
for
poor
class
performance
will
have
no
 bearing
on
the
assignment
of
grades.

A
+
or
–
may
be
given
for
special
circumstances.

 
 EXAMINATIONS.

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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course EE 422c taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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