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87% to 89%C-70% to 73%B84% to 86%D+67% to 69%B-80% to 83%D64% to 66%If your percentage falls between grades, such as 93.6% or 79.4%, other factors will be used to determine your grade.Students taking the course on an S/U basis are expected to earn at least a "C-" to receive a "Satisfactory" grade.An incomplete grade is discouraged.An incomplete is available for a number of verifiable personal emergencies so long as the student hasshown sufficient effort and satisfactory progress as defined by the instructor.Satisfactory progress includes, but is not limited toassignments up-to-date, no missed exams, 70% average on exams, etc.When a student receives an incomplete, it means that the studentcan complete the required work without additional instruction.An incomplete, therefore, is not an option if fewer than 2/3 of the labexperiments have been completed andif the average grade for those completed labs is less than 85%.If circumstances in your life preventyou from succeeding in this course at this time, you should withdraw and try the course at another time.If at any time during the quarter you would like to have your grade calculated, please do not hesitate in asking me.CHEATING:Cheating involves submitting work that you fraudulently claim as your own.Ways of cheating include (but are not limited to) plagiarism, copyingfrom another classmate, and utilizing extraneous or non-sanctioned reference sources.If you are caught cheating on any assignment, you willreceive a score of zero for that assignment and your name will be forwarded to Administration.I encourage discussions with other classmates onassignments such as lab reports.Essays generated by these discussions, however,must be in your words.Exams and quizzes areNOTopen book nor open notes.They are to be worked on individually and mustNOTinclude the collaborative help ofother people or the use of any external reference source (such as the internet) unless otherwise specified.STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES:a)Master the subject and effectively and efficiently communicate this to the instructor.b)Display behavior and values that respect the learning environmentc)Identify class objectives.d)Prioritize time and effort.e)Take responsibility and accept the consequences for any decision.
FACTORS THAT MAKE A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT:a)Exceptionally well prepared.b)Demonstrates an excellent grasp of concepts.c)Able to creatively assimilate information, expand upon it, and apply it to new situations.d)Demonstrates effort and fulfills assignments well beyond expectations and in accordance with specified criteria.e)Demonstrates a strong sense of group-work skills.f)Often contributes new and relevant concepts to the discussion.g)Able to problem solve using critical thinking skills.

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