Acct 116 Spring 2013 Syllabus

Concepts and provide self examination of that

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concepts and provide self-examination of that understanding as well as enhance the quality of your classroom discussions. Although I will not grade all class homework assignments, I do strongly encourage you to work these assignments as we progress through the course material. The more you practice, the better your performance will be in this course! Quizzes Four quizzes will serve as a basis for determining whether students complete the required chapter readings and homework. Make sure you attend each class so that you are able to take the quizzes. You cannot make up a missed quiz. Exams The course will consist of a midterm exam and a final exam. The midterm will test Chapters 1-7 (excluding Ch 4), and the final will test Chapters 8-12 (see course schedule). The exams will likely contain both multiple-choice and problem-oriented questions that relate to required course materials, quizzes, and assignments. You are not allowed to bring any electronic devices (other than a non- programmable calculator) to the exams. Exams are individual in nature and should be based on your own effort; I will not accept responses based on a group or another individual’s effort. Unacceptable exam submissions will receive a score of zero. There will be no make-up exams. If you miss an exam without making prior arrangements with me, you will receive a grade of zero for that exam. There are practice quizzes available in the Library section of Connect for each chapter, which can be helpful in preparing for course testing. G RADING
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Your course grade will be based on your relative class standing on total points accumulated during the term. I will employ the following weighting scheme to assign your final grade: Midterm Exam 30% Final Exam 30% Quizzes 20% Homework 10% Participation 10% Total 100% In order to be equitable to all students, grades are strictly nonnegotiable, and I will not honor individual requests for extra credit. I will post your grades on Bb Learn. You are responsible for
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