MU 109 Grades
Grades (PDF) current as of 10/15, posted by confidential 4-character code.
Your net course average is based on these weightings:
- written assignments: 40%
- fluency assignments on teoria.com: 10%
- tests: 40%
- online discussion: 10%
Please check your grade information carefully and let me know right away if you see any errors.
Note: Because a new Yellowdig points period begins every Friday night, your Discussion grade will sometimes appear artificially low. It will generally trend up towards the end of each weekly points period, depending when you post. If I pull the Yellowdig grade information near the beginning of a points period, your average will generally be on the low side.
"xc" means that you have arranged an extension or that this assignment is excused for you. However, for now your average is calculated as if you were simply missing these points.
Grades in individual columns may be rounded, but the calculated averages take into account any hidden decimal places. For example, a score of 8.5/10, which may appear in its column as 9, is actually counted as 8.5 in computing your average.