Maas BEFORE the 4 th class day to schedule your evening exam at an alternate

Maas before the 4 th class day to schedule your

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scheduled evening exams, contact Dr. Maas BEFORE the 4 th class day to schedule your evening exam at an alternate time. Laboratory Practical Examination: No laboratory exercise is assigned during the last week of the course. Instead, you will take a one-hour "Laboratory Practical Examination" scheduled during your regular laboratory period that week (December 2nd to December 5 th 2014) worth 75 points. The format and the method of administering the practical exam will be explained later in the semester. Each Laboratory Instructor will administer the Laboratory Practical Examinations for his/her sections. There will not be a Bio206L final examination during the final exam week at the end of the semester. Typical student obligations in BIO206L to prepare for each laboratory exercise Prior to lecture: Read through the entire exercise in the manual. During lecture: Take notes to record information relevant to the exercises. Note any special announcements pertaining to the course, the current lab exercise, changes in lab procedures, etc. See the link/QR code of updates. Answer questions based on material for the current lab exercise as given during the lecture using the LabClicker system. Prior to the lab exercise: Complete the lab prep assignment in Quest before the specified deadline. At the beginning of lab: Submit your lab report. During the lab exercise: Demonstrate good laboratory skills and adhere to safety guidelines. Acquire data, taking good notes and making good observations. Perform the exercise in cooperation with other individuals at your table. Perform proper disposal and clean up requirements and any other specifications as given by your LI. After/between labs: Complete the lab report. Throughout the semester: Diligently prepare for the midterm and final examinations.
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7 BIO 206L Fall 2014 Grading Your grade in BIO206L will be determined as follows: This gives a total of 500 possible points. The course grade will be computed by dividing the sum of all points earned by 5.0 to obtain a score based upon a 100 point scale. If your score falls within one of the categories listed below, you are guaranteed the letter grade indicated. In this course your final course grade will be one of the following: 93-100 points = A, 90-92.99 points = A-, 87-89.99 points = B+, 83-86.99 points = B, 80-82.99 points = B-, 77-79.99 points = C+, 73-76.99 points = C, 70-72.99 points = C-, 67-69.99 points = D+, 63-66.99 points = D, 60-62.99 points = D- , below 60 points = F. The grade you will receive at the end of the semester is the grade you earn. There is NO extra credit of any kind in this course. All scores that will comprise the total final grade will be posted in CANVAS . All student grades will be available for individual inspection on Canvas using your UT EID. This means YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE to review and confirm in timely manner each day that correct grades have been posted .
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