Today I had my last test of the spring 2015 semester. The term was the most taxing yet.
Grades are slowly coming in, though the deadline for submission is apparently May 12th. For the ECE 208 course, I got an A, but I did poorly on the final, since I had studied 40 hours in preparation for another test and was quite burnt out.
It was with great relief and some surprise that I wound up with an A in ECE 302, probability and probabilistic methods. In fact, my grades came in quite nicely:
Matlab, ENGR 297, at Ivy Tech: A
ECE 302, Probability & Probabilistic Methods, IUPUI: A
Today I got a test back with the announcement that all tests were being scanned so questions of grading could be resolved more objectively by referring to scoring of other tests. That is a good policy.
Yesterday the tests were returned to those who wanted them. Today an email came from the instructor with much statistical information. I appreciate such post-test results, because it is always nice I know where one stands in relation to others. It is unfortunate that such information is not required from all instructors in my department.