Digital Media Late and Regrading Policy
|94 - 100%||A+|
|80 - 93.9%||A|
|74 - 79.9%||B+|
|60 - 73.9%||B|
|54 - 59.9%||C+|
|40 - 53.9%||C|
|34 - 39.9%||D+|
|20 - 33.9%||D|
|0 - 19.9%||F|
Here is grading information for Digital Media. Note that there are no A-,B-, C-, or D- grades because the minus means nothing to anyone. The 20% grading scale is intended to reward students who meet all requirements by the grading deadline.
- To reward those that complete assignments on time, any assignment submitted by the deadline within the current Semester and meets all requirements can receive a maximum grade of 100% = A+. Basically, an A+ student is a student that completes assignments properly AND ON TIME. Deadlines in Digital Media are created to spread out projects within a Semester. You can complete assignment after deadlines with the consequence of assignments piling up on top of each other not just in Digital Media but possibly for any your classes.
- To reward those that complete assignments even if late, any assignment submitted beyond the deadline within the current Semester and meets all requirements can receive a maximum grade of 79.9% = B+. Basically, a B+ student is a student that completes assignments properly even if submitted late within the current Semester.
- Any assignment submitted late after the current Semester for whatever reason and completed properly can receive a maximum grade of 59.9% = C+
You can always resubmit an assignment for a better grade but the maximum better grade is a 79.9 = B+ if resubmitted after the deadline. Note that Mr. Florendo reserves the right to change or override any grade accordingly. In some cases, you could receive higher than 79.9% for a revised and resubmitted assignment after the deadline. It's a case by case decision.
The point of all of this is that you should be given the chance to fix problems.