How to Make Up for Not Doing As Well as you Wished in Exam I
Last Update: Dec. 3, 2006 [to cancel the Practice Exams II requirement]
Previous Update: Nov. 26, 2006. [To post Ammendment]
To be eligible for the DEAL (take a Make-up Exam I the last day
of classes and if your get more than 75 on THAT make-up exam, your course-grade will
be the YOUR FINAL EXAM's grade or YOUR PERSONAL TOTAL COURSE GRADE
(obtained by adding-up your score for exams I, exam II, and the inputs from the TA), whatever is higher).
You must do:
Everything is due the last day of classes.
Don't ask me or Mr. Schneider or Ms. Pudwell about the
details of this "deal", since everything is described here.
If anyone will ask me (or the TAs) questions whose answers are
contained in this webpage,
he or she will not be eligible for this "deal".
- submit, the last day of classes, ALL the
FIVE practice exams 1 linked to below.
If you got less than 70 on Exam I,
you must show up to all tutoring (MTh 7:40-8:30 OR 9:10-10:00 , Hill 705),
unless you are sick or it conflicts with your
schedule. If it conflicts with your schedule,
(or for each time you were sick)
you must instead do FOUR extra homework problems from
section from the book up to and including 14.6, that have not yet been
assigned (and not the very easy ones).
- If you got 70 or more on Exam I, then you don't
have to go to Tutoring (of course you are welcome to come),
but you must submit TWO extra homework problems from
EACH section from the book covered up to and including 14.6,
that have not yet been assigned.
- Do the
Basic Skills and Math Etiquette worksheet
Do all the current homework and submit it to the TA regularly,
I will check with Ms. Pudwell and Mr. Schneider that you are
in good standing.
Get at least 70 in Exam II. If you got less, than you must do
four extra homework problems also from each section covered by
Practice Exams I
Before you attempt these practice exams you shuld completely understand
Solutions to Exam 1 of Sections 1-3
Solutions to Exam 1 of Sections 4-6.