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CS-110 - Introduction to Computer Science
School of Computing Sciences and Informatics

Grading Policy
    There will be no midterm or final examination - we will have pizza instead. Projects will be assigned in lab, roughly once per week, totaling about 8 projects (well, maybe 5 or 6). Projects will be evaluated to determine whether the student is progressing satisfactorily. If there is a problem, the student will be requested to consult with the instructor to determine whether it is possible to get the student on track. If the student has been diligent about the projects during the quarter and the instructor is convinced of that diligence, then the student should expect at least a grade of "B". If, in addition, the student shows some initiative, for example by proposing and completing a compelling extra project, then it is likely the student will receive a grade of "A".

ERC
MainStreet
Paul Erdos
NIT
Ladies on Campus
Oscar Robinson