Unformatted text preview: semester. The questions on each exam will be objective (multiplechoice, true/false, fill in the blank). Each exam will cover approximately three to four weeks of material presented in
class. You must bring a full-page (8.5” x 11”) scantron sheet and two #2 pencils to each exam.
Grading Policy: Your grade will be calculated on the basis of the exams (4 x 25% = 100%). Grades will be posted
on eLearning after each exam. Letter grades will be assigned according to the following guideline: A = 90-100, B =
80-89, C = 70-79, D = 60-69, F = 59 and below. Your grade in this class is earned, not awarded. I will consider
rounding up percentages of 9.5 and higher ONLY if there is a consistent trend of improvement and class
participation throughout the course. ARCH 249 Spring 2010 Prof. Glowacki
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