General non-science questions and class announcements.
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He doesn't curve tests, but he said that he looks at the point distributions at the end of the quarter and adjusts grades as necessary. Last quarter for 14A, I think it helped people by a couple points, but I wouldn't bank on it to save a grade. Hope this helps!
Professor Lavelle did not curve for Chem 14A so I'm sure he will follow the same grading system for Chem14B. On his syllabus, he mentions that he does not curve the grades so you have to make sure to get at least 50% of the total points (500 total points) in order to pass his class with a C- or better. In other words, try to get 250 points from tests, exams, homework, and discussion posts to be in good standing to pass his class.
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