Late policy there is none it has been superseded by

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Late Policy : There is none. It has been superseded by the Early Policy . Labs turned in after the due date will be scored as a 0 (zero) and counted as a completed lab and thus cannot be made up at the end of the semester. If no stockroom personnel are present to accept your lab, you may drop it through the mail slot on the door to Fulmer 435A. Any labs that are slid under the door will be discarded by the building’s custodial services. 10
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Grading Policy Your final grade will be composed of 3 hourly exams , each worth 15% of your grade; A comprehensive Final Exam worth 20% of your grade The Lab is worth 20% Homework is work 10% , and If you miss an hourly exam, your final will be weighted at 35%. There are no make-up Exams 11 In the sample calculation above, the composite score of 73.6 would correspond to a letter grade of “C” according to the grade scale. However, since the FINAL EXAM is comprehensive, we also consider that score alone for the total 70% of the EXAM components (15% Exam 1 + 15% Exam 2 + 15% Exam 3 + 25% Final Exam = 70%). In this example, the result would be a composite score of 81 and corresponds to a letter grade of “B–” .
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Please bring your student ID, a model kit, and pencils to the exams. You will be provided scratch paper. You may not bring any electronic or internet connected device to the exam . Doing so will result in a failing grade and be interpreted as a breach of academic integrity and will be reported. Once exams have been graded, you may pick them up from the stockroom. Look over the exam carefully and make sure the points have been added correctly. If you find an error or have a question about the grading of the exam, return it to the stockroom attendant with a re-grade request form attached (you can get these from the stockroom or on the course website) – we will not re-grade an exam once you remove it from the stockroom . Be very clear when completing the re-grade form. For example, “there is an error in my total points” or “on question 2, I drew the correct intermediate structure….” Avoid requests that include “I feel as if I deserve more points.” Exam Policies
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Course Policies Students with Disabilities: Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability. If you have a disability and need accommodations to fully participate in this class, please either visit or call the Access Center (Washington Building 217; 509-335- 3417) to schedule an appointment with an Access Advisor.
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