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PPD 404 Mark Velez Office- RGL 107a Office Hours: Thur. 5-6 pm Class Web site: E-mail: [email protected]
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Textbooks Sirkin, R. Mark. 1999. Statistics for the Social Sciences . Second Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Paperback) ( Required )
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Examinations Three examinations 50 multiple-choice questions each NONE of the examinations will be cumulative, but . . . Examination grades will be weighted constitute 20 , 25 , and 30 percent of the total grade, respectively your score on the first midterm is multiplied by 0.20 and added to the total, etc.
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Examination Dates Midterm One 9-20-07 Midterm Two 11-1-07 Final Examination 12-13-07
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Computer Exercises Two Microsoft Excel Exercises Two SAS Exercises Data sets for both will be provided on BlackBoard
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Dates and exact weights of all required activities are as follows: Excel Exercise One Due 9-13-07 2.5 percent First Examination 9-20-07 20 percent SAS Exercise One Due 10-11-07 5 percent Second Examination 11-1-07 25 percent Excel Exercise Two Due 11-29-07 2.5 percent SAS Exercise Two Due 12-06-07 5 percent Research Project 12-06-07 10 percent Final Examination 12-13-07 30 percent
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Other Comments Treat this material as a foreign language learn the new “vocabulary” work at the “grammar and syntax” daily don’t attempt to “cram” at the last minute Attendance will be not taken miss class at your own risk teaching is done in class; no “private lessons”
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