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Professor Dale Story
449 University Hall
Spring 2010 Office Hours (by appointment):
you took the Mid-term Exam in POLS 3317, the Final Exam is
optional--to the extent that I will record your Mid-term Exam grade
as your Final Exam grade. As an example, if you made a grade
of 85 on the Mid-term and decide not to take the Final, I will
record a grade of 85 on the Final. If you decide to take the
Final, I will record your grade for the Final and average it as
usual (yes, if the Final is lower than your Mid-term, it would lower
your grade). If you did not take the Mid-term, you must take
the Make-up exam on the last day of classes and you must take the
Final. Please email me if you have any questions.
deadline for the Statistical Project is extended from May 6 to May
11 (still 8am "on-the-dot"--it must be in my email box by that
time). If you have already submitted your Project, but would
like to take advantage of more time--simply email me your "revised"
version by the new deadline. I will delete the earlier one and
only grade the later one.
Review, May 4. Last
opportunity to have your questions regarding the Statistical Project
Make-Up Exam, Last Day of
Classes, May 6, in
Final Exam, May 11,
8am-10:30am (confirm at UTA web site)
Statistical Project Due,
May 6 (see above), 8am (50 points deducted if submitted later)
Research Paper Due, May
11, 8am (50 points deducted if submitted later)
Submit both your
Statistical Project and Research Paper electronically (as
attachments to an email to email@example.com).
MS Word file. First page will be your cover page.
Followed by your Conclusions/Summary. Followed by your SPSS
Output. In your SPSS Output file: Edit, Select All,
Copy. In your Word file, simply paste. Do not edit your
SPSS Output in Word (though you might need to increase the margins).
In your Subject line of your email, type: "Your Name", POLS
3317, Statistical Project (e.g., Story, POLS 3317, Statistical
Project). It must be received in my email box by 8am,
May 6 (see above).
Research Paper. MS
Word file. First page will be your cover page. Followed
by your paper. In your Subject line of your email, type:
"Your Name", POLS 3317, Research Paper (e.g., Story, POLS 3317,
Research Paper). It must be received in my email box by 8am,
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