The following scores are posted strictly as a courtesy to students. Because this method of posting scores is prone to error, the postings are nonbinding. The actual scores recorded in the instructor's database are definitive. Students are invited to review these scores during normal office hours maintained throughout the academic year when classes are in session. 
Notes

Grading Scale
A = 92100% A = 9091% B+ = 8889% B = 8287% B = 8081% C+ = 7879% C = 7277% C = 7071% D+ = 6869% D = 6067% F = below 60% 
ID No.  Quizzes  Exams  Presentation  Course 
1041
3837 4093 4357 7451 7905 8160 0947 1246 1374 1468 1573 3089 3195 3890 4127 4180 4212 5180 5235 5638 5725 6842 6916 7020 7027 7815 8271 8282 8416 9542 9685 9817 9858 
84%
100% 83% 95% 35% 94% 100% 75% 83% 98% 100% 68% 100% 69% 98% 90% 96% 100% 89% 63% 0% 91% 100% 70% 100% 99% 45% 100% 94% 100% 100% 99% 93% 43% 
83%
79% 84% 75% 67% 92% 87% 73% 77% 85% 97% 88% 97% 88% 89% 79% 82% 97% 88% 84% 85% 91% 77% 63% 98% 75% 82% 93% 84% 89% 94% 92% 87% 27% 
100%
100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 
85%
84% 85% 81% 65% 93% 91% 76% 80% 88% 98% 86% 98% 86% 92% 83% 86% 98% 90% 82% 74% 92% 83% 68% 99% 81% 78% 95% 87% 92% 95% 93% 89% 37% 
The Exams
The mean exam score is simply the mathematical average of the three term exams. Letter grades are not assigned to these scores, but the letter grade equivalent can be obtained from the table above. The exam score constitutes 75% of the course grade. 
Median = 85% Range = 63%  98% 
The Presentations
Although there were several complaints about group members not fully participating in their group presentations, in keeping with the grading policy announced at the beginning of class the presentations were graded on a pass/fail basis. This means that a strong consensual agreement must be presented to fail a student on this component of the course. No such cases were demonstrated, although one case was very close with 33% of the group members strongly recommended "fail" for one of the members of their group. The presentation score constitutes 10% of the course grade. 

The Quizzes
Many of you took advantage of the opportunity to boost your grades by attending most classes and taking the pop quizzes. The quizzes were graded very liberally and were generally easy. Those of you who missed quizzes received a "0" for the missed quizzes. The two lowest quiz scores were dropped from the calculations of everyone's mean quiz score. For those missing more than two quizzes, the "0" scores dropped your quiz grades very sharply. This is a prime example of where class attendance (and scoring anything on the quiz) helps your course grade. (Class attendance has also been known to improve exam scores as well!) The pop quiz score constitutes 15% of the course grade. 
Median = 94% Range = 0%  100% 