Exams there are 3 exams in this class test 1 test 2

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Exams:There are 3 exams in this class – test #1, test #2, and the final exam. The final exam is notcomprehensive; it will focus on material covered in the last third of the semester.III. Course PoliciesAttendance: Attendance is 3% of your grade. You are permitted two free absences. If you miss morethan two classes, your grade will be reduced proportionally.George Mason E-mail and Blackboard: Students are expected to check their George Mason e-mail and Blackboard on a dailybasis. In order to comply with student privacy laws, students must use their Mason emailaccount to receive important University information, including messages related to thisclass, and when corresponding with me or fellow students for our class. Course information and supporting materials will be available through Blackboard. I willdisseminate course information using both outlets, including announcements, coursecontent, grades, and (possibly) class cancellations. If you have any questions or problemsabout accessing these, please see me or IT. Students with disabilities: If you are a student with a disability and you need academicaccommodations, please see me and contact the Office of Disability Services (ODS) at703-993-2474. All academic accommodations must be arranged through the ODS.Facilitation for disabilities in the classroom will be applied after I receive the appropriatefaculty contact sheet from ODS.3
Honor Code: Student members of the George Mason University community pledge not to cheat,plagiarize, steal, or lie in matters related to academic work.All academic work in this course, including quizzes, assignments, and exams, is to beyour own work, unless otherwise specifically described by the instructor. It is yourresponsibility if you have any doubt to confirm whether or not collaboration is permitted.In this class, an honor code violation would occur if unauthorized collaboration tookplace or if unauthorized materials were used on quizzes, assignments, or exams.Examples of unauthorized collaboration include but are not limited to copying off anotherstudent’s quiz, assignment, or exam, discussing questions on the quiz, assignment, orexam during the exam, and a student who has taken an exam earlier telling other studentsanswers or specific questions on the exam. Examples of unauthorized materials includebut are not limited to use of laptops, phones, calculators, notes, or the textbook on a quiz,assignment, or exam in a way that is different that I have explicitly allowed. If any part ofthis honor code statement is not clear, ask me for a clarification.

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