Any student who misses more than one exam for any reason will receive a Final Grade of F for thecourse.Stony Brook Picture ID Card: Every student must present a valid Stony Brook ID when handing inan exam. Other forms of identification (e.g., drivers license) will not be accepted. Students who areunable to present a Stony Brook ID at an exam must bring it to Ms. Pauciullo within 48 hoursfollowing the exam. Failure to do so will result in the assignment of a grade of zero (0) for the exam.No one will be admitted to an exam later than 30 minutes after the posted start time. Anystudent who arrives later than 30 minutes after the posted start time will not be allowed to take theexam and will receive a grade of zero (0) for the exam.Activities (10% of Final Grade Average)There are several types of activities. Description of their content, goals, due dates, scoring, andfeedback provided can be found at the end of this document. The Student Support Desk providesassistance with all aspects of accessing and submitting activities through Blackboard, and withaccessing grades (seeTECHNICAL ASSISTANCEon page 8 of this document for more information.)
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BIO 203 – Cellular and Organ PhysiologyFall 2019Section 01Page 5Up to 1000 activity points will contribute to the final grade. Students earning 1000 or more of the≥1400 available activity points will earn the full 10% of their final grade. Because of the number ofopportunities to earn the full number of activity points, no excused absences or makeup opportunitiesare available for activities for any reason. Additionally, requests for regrading of activities will not beconsidered.ActivityDescriptionPoints perActivityTotalPointsIn-ClassIn-classVactivities15360Post-ClassOnlineL&Iassignments due by 5:00 AM on Fridays130360Post-ClassOnlineEassignments due by noon on Sundays140480OtherOnline surveys and additional activities to beannounced in classTBD≥200Maximum possible activity points≥14001See Assignment Due Dates table (below) for the specific due date for each assignment.Assignment Due DatesWeekUnitLearn/IntrospectAssignments1EvaluateAssignment211Aug. 30 by 5:00 AMAug. 30 by 10:00 PM22Sep. 6 by 5:00 AMSep. 6 by 10:00 PM33Sep. 13 by 5:00 AMSep. 13 by 10:00 PM44Sep. 20 by 5:00 AMSep. 20 by 10:00 PM5Exam 1 Week - No LIVER Assignment65Oct. 4 by 5:00 AMOct. 4 by 10:00 PM76Oct. 11 by 5:00 AMOct. 11 by 10:00 PM87Oct. 18 by 5:00 AMOct. 18 by 10:00 PM98Oct. 25 by 5:00 AMOct. 25 by 10:00 PM10Exam 2 Week - No LIVER Assignment119Nov. 8 by 5:00 AMNov. 8 by 10:00 PM1210Nov. 15 by 5:00 AMNov. 15 by 10:00 PM1311Nov. 22 by 5:00 AMNov. 22 by 10:00 PM14Thanksgiving Break - No LIVER Assignment1512Dec. 6 by 5:00 AMDec. 6 by 10:00 PMNotes:No assignment is due during an exam week or during Thanksgiving Recess.
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