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Your final grade in Anthropology 310: Primate Behaviour is based on the grades you achieve on a telephone quiz, two written assignments, and two examinations. To receive credit for this course, you must complete both examinations, achieving a minimum grade of 50 per cent (D) on each examination, and a minimum composite course grade of at least 50 per cent (D).

The examinations consist of a mix of multiple-choice, true/false, definition, short answer, and short essay questions. You will have about three hours to complete each examination. Students who are dissatisfied with their grade on an examination may, with the permission of the course professor, write a supplemental examination. There is a fee for this service. The higher of the two grades achieved will be used in determining your composite grade.

The chart below summarizes the course activities and the credit weight associated with each assignment.

Course Activity Weight Grade
Achieved

Telephone Quiz     5%     5%
Assignment 1   15%   15%
Midterm Examination   25%   25%
Assignment 2   20%   20%
Final Examination   35%   35%

Total 100% 100%