quizzes.
 There will be 4 quizzes throughout the session.
 You will write them on Wednesdays 1010:50 or 1919:50, except the last exam which will be on Friday 1010:50 or 1919:50.
Before the first quiz, you have to let me know if you will be taking the quizzes at 12 or 19.
 No collaboration with other humans or with online resources is allowed.
 No (e)notes, textbooks, and calculators are allowed during exams.
 Questions are fairly similar to the
homework assignments and the examples discussed in the class. Make sure
that you know how to solve anyone of them.
 Solutions should be clearly written and you must select pages corresponding to your solutions of problems during the upload process.
For the quizzes, your solutions should be handwritten.
 You will access the quizzes in GradeScope. Students will be divided in two main groups, and will be assigned different exams accordingly.
 Students who take the earlier quiz are not allowed to share their exams or discuss
the problems with others till the second group is done with the quiz.
 You should use the same Zoom link as the one provided for the office hours.
Either your TAs or I will be on the Zoom meeting. Your cameras should be on for the duration of quizzes. The cameras should show your workplace.
Students with the AFA will be assigned to separate breakout rooms.
 The first quiz:
 Date: 7/7
 Topics: All the topics covered till the end of 6/30 lectures.
 Here is the first version of Quiz 1, and Here is its solutions.
 Here is the second version of Quiz 1, and Here is its solutions.
 Here are the scores:
30 (5 students), 29, 28 (7 students), 27 (2 students), 26, 25 (4 students),
24 (2 students), 23 (3 students), 22 (5 students), 21 (2 students), 20 (2 students),
19 (2 students), 18.5, 18 (2 students), 17 (2 students), 16 (3 students), 15 (2 students),
13 (2 students), 12 (2 students), 8 (2 students), 1.
 The median is 22 and the average is 21.42
 Special thanks is due to those 13 students who got 28 and above.
 For this exam, above 25 can be considered in the A+,A,A range,
above 18 can be considered in the B+,B,B range, and below 10 is extremely alarming. (
Of course, these are not your final grades. I am mentioning them
only to give a feeling on how you have done in the first quiz.)
 The second quiz:
 Date: 7/14
 Topics: All the topics covered till the end of 7/12 lectures.
 Here is the first version of Quiz 2, and Here is its solutions.
 Here is the second version of Quiz 2, and Here is its solutions.
 Here are the scores:
Total Score 29 (4 students), 28, 27, 26.5, 25.5, 24, 22, 21, 20.5, 20, 19.5, 19, 18 (2 students), 17.5, 17 (3 students), 16.5, 16 (3 students), 15.5,
15, 14.5, 14 (4 students), 13 (4 students), 12, 11 (2 students), 10.5, 10 (3 students), 9, 8 (2 students), 6 (2 students), 5 (2 students), 0
 The median is 15.50 and the average is 15.93
 Special thanks is due to those 8 students who got 25.5 and above.
 For this exam, 18 and above can be considered in the A+,A,A range,
12 and above can be considered in the B+,B,B range, and below 8 is extremely alarming. (
Of course, these are not your final grades. I am mentioning them
only to give a feeling on how you have done in the second quiz.)
 The third quiz:
 Date: 7/21
 Topics: All the topics covered till the end of 7/19 lecture.
 Here is the first version of Quiz 3, and Here is its solutions.
 Here is the second version of Quiz 3, and Here is its solutions.
 Here are the scores:
Total Score 29.5, 27, 25, 25,23.5, 23, 23, 22.5, 22.25, 21.5, 21, 19.5, 19, 18, 18, 18, 17, 16, 16, 15.5, 15, 15, 15,
14.5, 14, 14, 13.5, 13.5, 13.5, 13, 12.5, 12, 11, 10, 10, 10, 10, 9.75, 9.5, 9.5, 9, 9, 8, 7.5, 6, 3, 2.5.
 The median is 14.5 and the average is 15.12.
 Special thanks is due to those 4 students who got 25 and above.
 For this exam, 18 and above can be considered in the A+,A,A range,
11 and above can be considered in the B+,B,B range, and below 8 is extremely alarming. (
Of course, these are not your final grades. I am mentioning them
only to give a feeling on how you have done in the second quiz.)
 The fourth quiz:
 Date: 7/30
 Topics: All the topics that are discussed in the course.
