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Questions concerning work meant to be solved outside classroom time by a student, including questions about writing suitable homework assignments, grading, etc.

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Most instructors will refuse to check your homework for you before you turn it in. You get it graded once and only once. There are no do-overs where you get to turn it in the first time, they point … out your mistakes, then you get to turn it in again after you've corrected it. If you're confused, you can ask clarifying questions about what the homework asks (e.g., desired behavior in corner …
answered Jul 23 '18 by Nicole Hamilton
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You can always ask, I suppose. But it's very unlikely this will fly with your instructor. If the syllabus says you will get docked for a late submission, expect to be docked. If the syllabus says l …
answered Jul 27 '18 by Nicole Hamilton
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It's pretty hard to imagine any instructor being upset because your submission wasn't handwritten, especially if you're using online submissions as PDFs. Pencil doesn't always scan very well and the …
answered Aug 28 '16 by Nicole Hamilton