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does anyone know how the grading is going to work- will there be a curve/how curved?
Nare Arakelian Dis 3E
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I have been wondering this too. All I know is 250/500 is considered a C- and then I think he is just gonna wait to see how the final average comes out and figure out the curve then
Claire Grover 3G
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I am pretty sure he doesn't curve any of the tests, and then depending on everyone's grades he'll probably curve everyone's total class points.
Amanda Mei 1B
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I'm not sure how he's going to curve or how much, but I think he may curve at the end after final grades are determined.
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I think he said he might curve it based on the final exam scores.
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He supposedly curves after he determines final grades but he also doesn't necessarily always curve.
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Nare Arakelian Dis 3E wrote:I have been wondering this too. All I know is 250/500 is considered a C- and then I think he is just gonna wait to see how the final average comes out and figure out the curve then
Is it true that only people with a c or lower get affected by the curve?
Brandon Tao 1K
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Maybe but we won’t know until grades come out!
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In the syllabus it states that "Only at the end of the class when the class average score (out of 500 points) is known are final grades assigned. This class does not use a curve."
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