In addition, there are problem sets based on the material in the lectures. These are posted online, and the answers are posted a week later. They should not be handed in. Keep in mind that the midterm and final exam are more similar to the problem sets, and students who do the problem sets typically do well in the exams. Honor Code Students in this course, as with all Chicago Booth courses, are required to adhere to the standards of conduct in the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Honor Code and the Booth Standards of Scholarship. The Chicago Booth Honor Code requires students to sign the following Chicago Booth Honor Code pledge, "I pledge my honor that I have not violated the Honor Code" on the case write-ups, the midterm, and the final exam. Grading and Regrading Whichever of the following formulas gives you a higher grade will be used: Formula #1 Final Exam 40% Midterm 30% Case Write-ups 20% Class Participation 10% OR Formula #2 Final Exam 70% Case Write-ups 20% Class Participation 10% This means that if you do not do well on the midterm, you can make it up on the final. If you believe that there has been a mistake in the grading, you should bring it to my attention within one week of receiving the score or the grade. Requests for re-grading should be made in writing explaining the precise nature of the problem or the mistake. Note that the complete exam will be re-graded.