reviewing all of the data pertinent to this case, it is my opinion
that the grade for PHIL 1030 should stand.
Instructors are permitted to employ a grading scale of their own volition, as long as it is reasonable and fair. It is explained on the syllabus that the four-point scale is used (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0.) This is the same scale that is used by the college designating a students GPA. Dr. Meredith expressed that the Student Display in PAWS Grades were set to give both a four-point numeric score and a letter grade equivalence (A, B, C, D, or F) for each assignment. Per the screenshot of your grades provided by you, I found his assertion to be accurate. Therefore if the number was not clear, the letter grade for each assignment should have been.
Dr. Meredith has provided both the grading rubric for argumentative essays as well as his feedback for this assignment. The grading rubric lists two primary categories and two secondary categories. One of the primary categories is Comprehension. Under this category it is quite lucidly articulated that the essaymust refer to the assigned reading. According to the rubric, a failure to interact with the assigned reading will result in an F for that category. Finally the show more content
Meredith contends that grades for each of the two preliminary exams were posted to PAWS and accessible to students approximately one week after each assessment was given. For exam security purposes, the graded exam papers themselves are kept on file in his office, but students were welcome to stop by during his office hours, or by appointment, to view and discuss their graded exams with him. There is agreement between you and Dr. Meredith that you stopped by in November expressing concerns with your overall grade, and made an inquiry of a means of improving it, but it is his profession that you at no point asked to see the marked exam
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