Nevertheless a grading curve in favor of the class

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Unformatted text preview: your final grade will be at least A, B, C, and D if your final overall average score in this course is at least 91%, 81%, 71%, and 61%, respectively. Nevertheless, a grading curve in favor of the class may be employed at the discretion of the instructor. Advice ● Silence your cell phone during class meetings. ● Study the lesson material in the assigned sections before each class, ask your questions in class, and complete the solutions for homework problems after each class. ● Usually, the best time to get additional needed help from the instructor is during 3:30 p.m.– 5:00 p.m. on weekdays in his office, unless he has a meeting or other commitment during that time. ● Reserve 6 hours per week (i.e., around twice the class time) outside the class for the reading, doing homework, or getting needed help. (Do not underestimate the effort required to do a good job.) ● For sample quizzes and sample tests, visit ICJ Home Page at:
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This document was uploaded on 03/21/2014 for the course MEEG 2013 at Arkansas.

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