Grading and collaboration policies
Here you will find the grading and collaboration policies for the course:
If you feel that you deserve a better grade for an assigment, you may submit a regrade request. It must be in writing to the TA. Your request should briefly summarize why you feel that the original grade was unfair. Your TA will take a day or two to reevaluate your assignment, and then issue a decision. If you are still not satisfied, you can appeal the decision to Professor Friedlander. (Again, the appeal must be in writing.)
Note that your entire assignment may be reevaluated, not just the question that you submit for regrade.
All assignments are due in class on the assigned due date. A grading penalty will be applied to late assignments. We recognize that students may face unusual circumstances and require some flexibility in the course of the semester; therefore each student will be granted a total of five free late (calendar) days to use as he or she sees fit. Once these late days are exhausted, any assignment turned in late will be penalized 20% per late day. However, no assignment will be accepted more than three days after its due date. Each 24 hours or part thereof that an assignment is late uses up one full late day.
Weekend days do not count as late days. So if an assignment is due on Friday and is turned in on Monday, then only one late-day penalty is incurred.
Submit late assignments to the CS front office (CS 201). Make sure that they time-stamp the submission. Note that the front office closes promply at 4:30 pm.
You are allowed to discuss such questions with anyone you like; however: