Announcements

Midterm Break

Posted: Thursday, June 22, 02:46PM

Dear Students,

There is a middle of the term break in the summer of 1 week, starting on Saturday 24th of June. Classes will resume on Tuesday, July 4th.

Also, please note that I (Elio Mazzeo) won't be able to hold my office hours this Friday. Regular hours will resume after the break, and I will hold extra hours in the 2nd term.

Have a good break everybody!

Elio.

Published by: Elio Mazzeo

Test 2 Grades Sent

Posted: Wednesday, June 21, 07:21PM

Dear Students,

You have been sent an email from crowdmark with links to see your MAT237 test 2 (you can see the test's statistics through Crowdmark). The test is out of 70.

Solutions to the test are in the Notes and Uploads section of the course website.

If you think there is a marking error, please read the solutions carefully. If after careful review of the solutions, you are still convinced there is a marking error, please send an e-mail to the following e-mail address: crowdb@math.utoronto.ca ( (not to other e-mail addresses, such as your professor's or the TA's) , by Tue, June 27th at 11:59 pm (after this deadline, no remarking requests will be considered) with the following information:

  • Name
  • Student Number
  • Exam Number (next to # on top of each page of the test)
  • Question
  • Detailed explanation of what you wrote and what you believe precisely to be the marking error. (Please note: requests that are not substantiated with specific reference to what is believed to be the error in marking will not be considered)

    Due to the fall break, you should expect a response by Saturday, 8th of June..

    Important . Please be aware that when you request to have your test re-marked, your grade may stay the same, change upwards, or change downwards. .

    Having difficulty locating the crowdmark e-mail in your utoronto.ca inbox? Please follow these steps.

    1. Look in your @utoronto.ca account using the utoronto Webmail for e-mails dated Wednesday, June 21st, 2017.
    2. Use the utoronto.ca webmail to perform a search selecting to search "ALL FOLDERS" for the search term "Crowdmark" in the "Entire Message" Field.
    3. If you need further assistance using your @utoronto.ca webmail account, please visit the Information Services at the Library.
    4. If after having completed step 1 to step 3 above, you still can't find the crowdmark e-mail, please send an e-mail to crowdb@math.utoronto.ca for assistance

    Thank you.

  • Published by: Elio Mazzeo