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University of Delaware
Global Agenda
2001
Course Grading
POSC/COMM425-011 & 080
ARSC293-082
Spring, 2001
Professor Ralph J. Begleiter
Teaching Assistant Toni Chayt

Updated: 5/23/01

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On this page, you will find your grades posted during the semester.

POSC/COMM 425-011/080 sections final grades
ARSC 293-084 section final grades
Class Grade Distribution Chart
Standard Grade Equivalents Chart

Grading policies

Writing, thinking and class participation (as well as mere attendance) are critical elements of this class. Please remember that (just as in the real-world) timeliness counts; late assignments will automatically lose credit. There will be six papers in this class. Your grades will be based on these elements:

  • Papers - all together 60% of grade
  • Attendance & participation - 40% of grade

Note: Students missing three or more classes or more than one guest speaker event will automatically experience a grade reduction.


POSC/COMM 425-011/080 sections
Student ID
Paper #1 Overview
Paper #2 NATO
Paper#3
Mideast/
Africa A
Paper#3
Mideast/
Africa B
Paper #4 China
Paper #5 Britain
Paper #6 Russia
Final Grade
Auto grade reduction (attendance)
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Alison Scholar Section (ARSC 293-084)
Student ID
Final Paper
Attendance/
Participation
Semester grade
Auto grade reduction (Missed 2 speakers)
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Standard Grade Equivalents
A+
97
A
93
A-
90
B+
87
B
83
B-
80
C+
77
C
73
C-
70
D+
67
D
63
D-
60
F
below 60

Grade Distribution By Class Section
Grade Chart

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