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When I graduated from high school and came to college there were a lot of rumors that were going about Most of the rumors were about how much harder college is and other rumors were about how most people wont succeed due to how easy high school was This was shocking to me because most of my classes seem very easy just like my high school classes There is one class in particular that is almost the same class altogether College level calculus seems quite similar to high school calculus which is confusing due to the high expectations and rumors I have heardWhen we walked into class the first day every person in the class got a syllabus The syllabus is the general overview of what we will be learning over the semester as well as rules and a generic schedule that could change I got a syllabus in both high school and college My high school syllabus told us that the grading rubric is out of ten points except tests and quizzes Quizzes are out of twenty and tests are out of fifty There is no extra credit for tests or quizzes but is some on homework The general schedule for the week was homework every section a quiz at the end of the week and one test at the end of the chapter When I looked at my college syllabus the first day it was almost word for word the same There is no extra credit except for on homework problems My college calculus class grades the exact same way as my high school Every homework assignment is worth ten points no matter how many questions we do We have a quiz every Tuesday that is worth twenty points and our exams are out of fifty points The setup for the week is the same as well homework every section one quiz a week and exam at the end of the
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