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To clarify your understanding of material covered in lecture and for weekly quizzes There will be conference tomorrow, but no quiz! (more on what will be covered in a bit ) (This info is also on the course website.) Grades/Exams Course grade is based on the following criteria: Three comprehensive exams, out of 80, 100, 100 pts. Comprehensive final exam, out of 150 pts. Conference quizzes, up to 20 pts. Lecture attendance (iClicker in-class voting), +8, +4, +0 pts. 1 st exam Thursday, October 4, 2012 (9:00-10:20 AM) 2 nd exam Thursday, October 25, 2012 (9:00-10:20 AM) 3 rd exam Thursday, November 29, 2012 (9:00- 10:20 AM) Final exam: December 18, 2012 (9 AM - noon) Makeup exam is scheduled during Reading Period Exam locations will be announced in class and on course website See syllabus for information regarding re-grades
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4 Academic Ethics Obviously, cheating is wrong and undermines the morale of students in the course and the academic endeavor as a whole. Copying another person’s quiz or exam Using a “cheat sheet” Communicating with others during a quiz or exam Altering a quiz or exam and submitting for a re-grade Some Examples of Academic Dishonesty: Required to be signed on all exams: “I agree to complete this exam without unauthorized assistance from person, materials, or device.” http://ethics.jhu.edu for more info 1. Do not fall behind 2.
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