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4.0- A

Quantity

Quality

  • Completed all assignments on time.
  • Consistently demonstrated qualities of reliability and willingness to be coached.
  • Frequently acted as a positive influence in the class
  • Outstanding, extraordinary. One of the top few

3.0 - B

Quantity:

Quality

  • Completed all assignments
  • Demonstrated qualities of reliability and willingness to be coached Acted as positive influence in the class
  • Above average expectations

2.0 -C

Quantity

Quality

  • Did what was minimally necessary to complete all assignments.
  • Active in the class
  • Average--a level that was necessary to pass (to be acceptable) nothing more, nothing less.

1.0 - D

Quantity:

Quality:



Quantity:

Quality:

  • Did not complete all assignments
  • Assignments completed were average or better
  • or

  • Completed all assignments
  • Less than level deemed acceptable
0.0 -F
Failed to take responsibility to perform at levels described above or disappeared without formally withdrawing
Grading Criteria

College courses require a minimum of two hours of study outside of class for every hour in class. A ten-credit course requires 20 hours a week of study outside in addition to the 10 hours in the classroom for a total of 30 hours per week

Lack of time due to activities and responsibilities outside of school cannot be considered as a mitigating factor in the grading process.
There are only 168 hours in a week (24 X7) so carefully plan your study, work, and social calendar .

If you have emergency circumstances (sickness, family crisis) which prevent you from performing at the level of achievement you expect of yourself consult with the faculty --preferably in advance.