Section 1343, 8:00-9:00 am MWF, Norris 136

Section 1345, 11:00-12:00 noon MWF, Norris 136

Please arrive 10 - 15 minutes early so you can fill in the top part of the form before the exam period begins.

To compute "possible outcomes" based on your final exam score, do the following:

Multiply the number in "Average" by 75. Add to that 25*(your final exam score prediction). Divide the result by 100.

CHECK YOUR SCORES!!! Notify me via email if there is a discrepancy between your records and my records. Include proof from your records of the necessary correction (i.e. email from the autograder, an email correspondence between you and me about a grade change, etc.)

I WILL ONLY FIX ERRORS REPORTED TO ME BY 5:00 PM, TUESDAY MAY 9TH. After that, all scores are assumed to be correct.

PLEASE check everything carefully before sending email to me!

Dr. Vermeer

Test 1 = 8%, Test 2 = 12%, Final = 25%

Quizzes = 5% (10 quizzes @ 0.5% each## P1 = 2%, P2 = 4%, P3 = 8%, P4 = 10%, P5 = 13%, P6 = 13%

**Quiz Date**

8 April 4

9 April 14

10 April 21

11 April 28

12 May 3rd

Note that this will remove the test/quiz double-up on Monday the 10th.

Quiz 6 due date has moved to Wednesday, March 22, 11:55 p.m.

Test 1 Form A Key

The weights for the tests, programs and quizzes are given below:

Test 1 = 8%, Test 2 = 12%, Final = 25%A student's two lowest quiz grades will be dropped, leaving 10 quiz scores. Note that for some of the remaining programs a small number of the points will be allocated to the Software Engineering/Documentation grade that will result from the evaluation by the GTAs. These will be announced after an assignment's due date. A curve may be applied to overall final course grades at the end of the term.

Quizzes = 5% (10 quizzes @ 0.5% each

P1 = 2%, P2 = 4%, P3 = 8%, P4 = 10%, P5 = 13%, P6 = 13%

Time will be provided during your regularly scheduled lecture period
on Monday, 2/21, for students wishing to ask questions regarding the Fall
'98 and '99 Test 1 koofers which are available on the course web site.
You may also take questions on these koofers to anyone's office hours.

The automatic-grader is

1/30/2000 -- Agreement form status

Also shown is a list of people for each class who have turned in an agreement form but are not on my official roster. If you are on that list, please contact me so we can get your registration corrected.

Submission may be made until midnight, Friday Feb. 11th, with a 10 point penalty per day late. Days are measured starting from midnight Feb. 4th. That is, 12:01 am Feb. 5th is a one day late penalty.

A copy of the form can be found here.

The automatic-grader is

Rumor has is that local bookstores are either out of Microsoft Visual C++ or that it is in short supply. The course instructors for CS1044 are planning to contact the bookstores and ask them to restock. The software is available in a number of computing labs around campus. Students wishing to purchase their own copy may also want to investigate on-line and mail-order companies that offer academic pricing for software. The academic version of MS Visual C++ Version 6.0 Standard Edition typically costs about $50.

Students may wish to purchase a copy of Microsoft Visual C++. The package is available from a variety of sources locally and on-line. Students can qualify for academic discount pricing. The academic version of MS Visual C++ Version 6.0 Standard Edition typically costs about $50.