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First, I would like to wish all of you the best. This semester has been fun for me teaching my first class. I have learned a lot, probably more than most of you (j/k). I hope this experience has been at least bearable for all of you. If you ever need any help please feel free to e-mail me or stop by my office. I would be glad to help you with anything from letters of recommendation to general advising on getting in to graduate and/or law school.
Quick jump to grades
The overall average score was 77% (after the curve of 5%). Plus the exam had a built in curve of 5% (remember the total on the exam was 105%). The high score was 98% and the low score was 25.5%.
Two multiple choice questions were thrown out # 6 (the question about Kew Co. and asking how many units were started during April) and # 25 (the question about the sales volume variance). No one got question # 6 right, and question #25 had a definition for the correct answer that was stated differently than our text stated it (30 of the 44 got # 25 wrong). Therefore, right off the top everyone's exam got three points added.
The results for the multiple choice were generally very good. This was a difficult multiple choice section (especially 1-18). A 60% score is all that is expected to pass the CMA exam, and these questions were nearly as difficult as typical CMA questions.
Multiple choice summary (before adding in the three points above)
Ave.: 23 (out of 35) High: 30 (out of 35) Lo: 9
Your Final Exam Score and Grade for the course: Listed below are the final exam scores and your grade FOR THE CLASS, not the final exam. If you have any questions please feel free to email me. I will only have this e-mail account until August (as I am graduating from law school then). You can, however, check back on this web address and I will have my updated e-mail address (as I am again teaching this course in the fall).
The exam scores below include the curve (of 5%). The grade include all curves for individual assignments plus a 4% class curve (in addition to all individual assignment curves, like the 5% on the final). PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE NOT OFFICIAL SCORES. They are being provided for informational purposes and could contain errors. I have tried my best to eliminate all errors, however, that does not preclude errors from being present.
Final Exam Score Your Grade for the class
The following students all received F's or No-Credit (N) and did not take the final:
4305(N), 8765, 8660.
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