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Unformatted text preview: MET 1010: Introduction to Weather Instructor: Konstantin Matchev Time: MWF 3:00-3:50 pm Location: NPB 1001 Office hours: M 4:00-4:30 pm Please, pick up a copy of the syllabus. The Rules of the Game • Time and Location Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 3:00-3:50 pm NPB 1001 • Office Hours: Mondays at 4:00 pm in my office (NPB 2055) . e-mail: [email protected] tel. : 392-5709 • Required Materials ♦ The main textbook - "Meteorology Today" by C. Donald Ahrens, 9 th edition. The bookstore has the accompanying workbook and study guide but it is not required. ♦ We will NOT be using the Student Response System for in-class evaluation (aka clickers). • MET 1010 web page http://www.phys.ufl.edu/~matchev/MET1010 Please check for updates regularly. Exams • Exams ♦ Thre e m idte rm e xa m s (33 m ultiple c ho ic e q ue s tio ns , 3 po ints e a c h). ♦ Final e xa m (33 m ultiple c ho ic e q ue s tio ns , 3 po ints e a c h). ♦ Exam ple s o f o ld e xa m s fro m pre vio us ye a rs a re po s te d o n the we b- pa g e . Ma y a ls o c he c k o ut G aine s ville S un’s “We a the r Trivia ”. ♦ The date s o f the e xam s a re a nno unc e d: • Midterm 1: February 15, Monday (in class, 3:00 pm) • Midterm 2: March 22, Monday (in class, 3:00 pm) • Midterm 3: April 14, Wednesday (in class, 3:00 pm) • Final exam: April 27, Tuesday, 1:00 pm ♦ You will be allowed one drop, so there will be no makeup exams given under any conditions. ♦ If two m idte rm e xam s a re m is s e d yo u will b e e xpe c te d to withdraw fro m the c o urs e . ♦ G ra de s will b e po s te d o n e -Le a rning ....
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