Any general non-science questions (software questions/problems, etc.,) and class announcements.
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The syllabus says that final grades will not be assigned until the class average score out of 500 is known, which makes me think (hope) that perhaps our grade will be out of slightly less than 500, but I am not sure
A passing grade is a C-. Dr. Lavelle's Chem 14A class is not graded on a curve, but a straight scale. Your letter grade will reflect the total points you earned in the class this quarter. You will never be given a lower letter grade than what you have earned. HOWEVER, if the final class average (total of all tests, midterms, homework points, etc.) does fall below what Dr. Lavelle would like/expect, there could be a small grade shift to your advantage. However, you should not rely on this as the class average for all the tests and midterm this quarter were very high.
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