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Dr. Chamberlin's Spring 2003 Online Course Guidelines

This page last updated: Thursday, January 16, 2003 10:39 AM

15. Course of Studies: Summary

Okay, you've seen this once, but it doesn't hurt to take a look at it one more time.

Your final grade in this class is based on the following forms of assessment:

You can earn a maximum of 1000 points in this class. In addition, there are 200 extra credit points built into the assignments in the course to accomodate different learning styles. These are the only points available for extra credit. Realistically, you should figure out which mix of quizzes, exams, discussion questions and/or extra credit assignments you want to do to earn 900 points or more (to get an A in the course). If you only want to make a B or C, then figure out how many assignments you need to complete to earn the minimum number of points for those grades. You do not need to complete all of the work. You just need to complete enough work to make that grade that you desire. If you work hard and earn 900 points before the end of the semester, you may finish the course early!

Grading is based on the following scale:

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