Math 246 Exams, Fall 2008

There will be three in-class exams and a two-hour final exam. These exams and their (optional) review sessions are scheduled as follows. No calculators, books, or notes may be used during these exams. All items except pens, pencils, and erasers must be off the desktops.
You are expected to sign the University Honor Pledge.

In-Class Exams: The three in-class exams will be worth 100 points each. No make-up exams will be given. If you miss an in-class exam and if you earn a passing grade or better on all the other exams (including the final), then your score for that exam will be replaced by the average of half your final exam score and your lowest other in-class exam score. In all other cases if you miss one or more in-class exams then your score for each missed exam will be zero. If the University closes on the day of a scheduled in-class exam, the exam will be given the next time the class meets. You may appeal the score you receive on an exam by submitting your exam plus a note stating which problems you wish to have regraded to Professor Levermore within two weeks of the date the exam is given.

Final Exam: The two-hour Final Exam will be worth 200 points. It will be based on the entire course but will emphasize later material. It will be common for all Math 246 sections. If you miss the Final Exam, and if by the next day you present a legitimate, well-documented excuse showing that for reasons beyond your control it was absolutely impossible for you to take the Final Exam, and if you have a passing grade at the time of the Final Exam, then you will receive a grade of ``I'' for the course. In all other cases a score of zero will be assigned for the Final Exam and your course grade will be evaluated accordingly. If the University closes on the day of a scheduled final exam, it will be given whenever the University reschedules it.

Disabled Student Services (DDS): If you have a disability that might affect your performance on these timed exams, you may contact the DDS office in Shoemaker. If they assess that you merit either private conditions and/or extra time then you may arrange to take your exams at DDS with the extra time they indicate. Because I must be notified of the DSS assessment at least one week before you use their service, you should arrange for it well in advance.