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13.3: How Your Course Grade is Determined

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    How you are evaluated:


     There are 30 graded activities in this course:
     
    Category Name Course Value Number of Assignments
    Homework Problems 25% 15 homework assignments
    Discussion Forums 25% 5 discussion forums
    Exams 25% 5 exams
    Reflective Blogs
    25% 5 blogs

     

    Discussion Forum Grading Rubric:

    To earn an “A+” on a discussion forum, you must submit 10 or more acceptable posts on 10 or more different days.
    What is an “Acceptable Post?”
    1. The subject (post title) must be a complete sentence which summarizes the main point of your post message.
    2. Your post message must provide new, accurate, and relevant information.  If your post is a question, it must be thoughtful and relevant.
    Course Final Grade Scale:  Here are the cutoffs for final course grades:

    A+ = 97, A = 94, A- = 90
    B+ = 87, B = 84, B- = 80
    C+ = 77, C = 74, C- = 70
    D+ = 67, D = 64, D- = 60
    F = 0-59 

    Grade Book: Online courses have special features that allow you to see your progress 24/7. Access is through the “MY Grades” link in the sidebar.

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    • How Your Course Grade is Determined. Authored by: WIlliam Pelz. Provided by: Herkimer College / SUNY. Located at: http://NA. Project: Statistics for the Social Sciences - Achieving the Dream course. License: CC BY: Attribution

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