**PSY3065**

This page contains Test III grades, Paper III grades and "unofficial" final course grades. Note that if you did not take Test III, it will show up as "0%" or, if you had extra credit, something close to it. The final grade is computed by dropping the lowest score. The remaining five grades are then summed and divided by five.

A = Raw score on Test III. B = Decision theory extra credit. C = Essay extra credit. D = Percent grade on Test III = (A + B + C)/40. E = Letter grade on Paper III. F = Final course grade. Secret Code A B C D E F 8487 30 4 4 95% B B+ 8433 25 3 4 80% C C+ 5331 4 10% B C 4579 31 4 88% B B+ 2705 35 4 98% A A 2172 35 4 98% C B 7426 32 3 4 98% B A 4068 40 4 110% A A 1044 26 4 75% C B- 1811 0% WU 2696 31 4 4 98% B A- 2766 29 4 83% B B 0517 21 4 4 73% C B- 1406 23 3 4 75% C B- 4200 32 3 4 98% B B 1205 24 4 4 80% A B- 9923 34 4 4 105% A B+ 9538 27 3 4 85% B B 8653 33 4 4 103% A A- 6358 29 4 83% A B+ 2636 37 3 4 110% B A 1735 29 4 4 93% C B+ 3284 31 4 88% A B- 8282 23 4 68% B C+ 9125 39 4 108% A A 1444 35 4 98% A 4730 23 4 4 78% B- 3576 22 4 65% C 8011 28 4 80% B B- 4239 23 3 4 75% C B- 6171 27 4 78% B B- 0274 17 4 53% B D+ 3433 33 3 4 100% B B+

Thank you to everyone who provided useful comments on the course. Suggestions to make use of more real-life examples and in-class activities are well taken. Comparing the comments to those from previous semesters, I notice that I only get requests to stand still and be less animated in the Motivation course. My hunch is that it attracts more business majors, and that it involves a difference between communication styles in social science versus business.

Enjoy your summer!