400-level assessment

There is an assessment requirement for 400-level classes which is independent of the Core curriculum.  If you are teaching a 400-level course, please send the undergraduate secretary the following at the end of the term.

  1. A sample each of an  ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’ paper/exam, with your comments and preferably in electronic form.
  2. Your grade distribution for the class.

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