Maximum: 104

Top quartile: 94

Median: 83

Lower quartile: 72

Minimum: 30

Top quartile: 94

Median: 83

Lower quartile: 72

Minimum: 30

Tues. May 10: 4 - 5 pm

Wed May 11: 4 - 5 pm

Thurs. May 12: 1 - 2 pm

Mon. May 16: 12:30 - 1:30 pm

- Course average = (Exam average)x(.84) + (Quiz average)x10x(.16), where exam grades are out of 100, quiz grades are out of 10.
- There have been 34 quizzes, on dates 28-Jan 31-Jan 4-Feb 7-Feb 9-Feb 11-Feb 14-Feb 16-Feb 21-Feb 23-Feb 25-Feb 28-Feb 2-Mar 4-Mar 7-Mar 9-Mar 11-Mar 21-Mar 23-Mar 28-Mar 30-Mar 4-Apr 6-Apr 8-Apr 11-Apr 13-Apr 15-Apr 18-Apr 20-Apr 22-Apr 25-Apr 27-Apr 29-Apr 2-May
- To compute your quiz average, drop your lowest two quiz grades, add the remaining quiz grades, and divide by 32.
- If you have excused absences for some quizzes, then
ignore the quiz scores for the excused absences, drop the lowest two of
those remaining, then divide by 32 less the number of excused absences.
(For example, if you had 2 excused absences, you would add up the
scores of the 30 highest quizzes you took, and divide by 30.)

- Letter grade is determined by A: ≥ 90, B: ≥80 but < 90, C: ≥70 but < 80, D: > 60 but < 70, F: < 60.
- Do not round in computing your grade. For example, if
your result is 79.999, then this is <80, so your grade is C.

- Retakes are Tuesday, May 17, 9 am - 12 noon, the date set by the University for the final exam in this course.
- Exam room is UTC
2.112A.

- You may take 0, 1, 2, or 3 retakes.

- You may spend more than one hour on one retake, provide the total time you spend on all retakes is no more than 3 hours.
- You may work on only one retake at a time. You may not
add to a retake after you have turned it in to take another retake.

- Retakes will be constructed under the same rules as the
original exams, but will be different from the original exams. (In
particular, you can receive up to five bonus points on Retake 2 by
bringing your Platonic Solids.)

- The higher of the original or the retake grade will be
used in computing your course grade.

- You may not take a retake if you enter the exam room after anyone taking that retake has left the exam room.
- No early retakes. Late retakes only in the event of unforeseen serious emergencies.

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