Mapl 612 Grading Policies, Spring 2001
Your course grade will be based on the sum of your scores on four
assignments worth a maximum of 100 points each. There will be no
exams. Each homework will have a theoretical part and a computational
part. The maximum total score possible for the course is 400 points.
The point cutoffs for course grades will be no higher (and could be
lower) than those set forth in the following table:
340 points (85%) for a grade of ``A'';
280 points (70%) for a grade of ``B'';
220 points (55%) for a grade of ``C'';
160 points (60%) for a grade of ``D''.
Qualitative factors such as your class participation will also be
taken into account when determining your course grade.
The course grade of ``I'' will be awarded only if all the following
conditions are met:
- You have completed all but a small portion of the required work.
- You have an average grade of ``D'' or better on the work completed.
- You have a valid reason for not completing the course on time.
- You agree to make up the material within a short period of time.
- You ask for the incomplete no later than the last day of class.