## QUIZZES
*There will be at least one quiz for each chapter.
*Consists of about 7 to 15 questions that deal with the current concepts being learned. There also might be a couple of review questions as well. *Worth 50 points. *Any student who receives below a C- (D+, D, D-, or F) is required to get a parent signature. Any student who receives below a C- can raise his/her grade to a C- by correctly redoing the problems (showing all work) he/she missed on a separate piece of paper. They also need to write in words why they missed each problem. What was the mistake they made. Once graded quizzes have been returned to students, they have 2 school days to improve quiz grade (turn in quiz with correct problems and explanation of mistakes on a separate piece of paper) if they wish to do so. If all problems have been fixed correctly and explanations are written, I will write new grade on test. |
## TESTS
*Will occur approximately every 3 to 4 weeks. Students will always be given advanced notice about where there will be a test. (At least a week) *For every test, there will be a practice test given before the actual test. Practice test will be very similar to the actual test. Will go over practice test in class before actual test. Students will be able to use this test to help study for the actual test. *Worth 100 points. *Any student who receives below a C- (D+, D. D-, or F) is required to get a parent signature. *Any student who receives below a C-, can raise his/her grade to a C- by correctly redoing the problems (showing all work) missed on a separate piece of paper. Once graded tests have been returned to students, they have 5 school days to improve test grade. Once students have made corrections, they need to turn in the original test with corrected problems on a separate piece of paper. If all problems have been fixed correctly, I will write new grade on test. *For every test, students will be given a 3 by 5 card to write whatever they want on it for the test. They can write example problems, formulas, any notes taken in class, etc. Think of this as a cheat sheet. |