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Paper you must get permission from your ta at the

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paper, you must get permission from your TA at the time the paper is due, and reach an agreement with the TA as to when you will hand in the paper, within 2 days of the original due date. 3. In order to receiving a passing grade, your paper must contain at least 12 text citations, in accordance with the above instructions. Distribute your citations accordingly throughout your paper. 4. It is your responsibility to save a copy of your paper in case the one you hand to your TA is lost or is in dispute. 5. You are responsible for knowing the university rules and procedures concerning plagiarism and cheating. Plagiarism or cheating may result in getting an ‘F’ for the whole course, may go on your permanent record, and can result in very undesirable disciplinary action such as expulsion from the university for a quarter or worse. Turnitin.com All papers must be submitted to TurnItIn by midnight on Wednesday, April 17 th . To turn in your paper login onto the class TED and submit to the TurnItIn link there. After you have uploaded your paper a confirmation page will appear. Print out the confirmation page for your records in case your electronic submission is disputed.
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GRADING CODES AND PROCEDURES Codes : U= Unclear or confused point M= Mistake P= Poorly written or formulated I= Your explanation, criticism, etc. is incomplete and misses important points
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