This final exam is worth fifteen points.
As we’ve discussed during the semester, the exam consists of you sending your final proposal to your audience.
To demonstrate that you have sent it, either CC or BCC me on an email to your audience, or have me watch you put a hard copy into an addressed, stamped envelope. Once the envelope is sealed, I’ll put it in the mail for you.
The late paper policy, as written on the syllabus, applies to the final exam. Turn the exam in on time by demonstrating you’ve sent it before the end of the final exam period which corresponds to your section number. The exam times are listed at the end of the syllabus. As long as I’m CC’ed, emailing the final exam demonstrates that you’ve sent it. My witnessing your sealing of the letter demonstrates that you’ve sent it as well.
As I grade your final I will look for typos and similar errors and for either the proposal itself or a cover letter in the body of the email. If the body of the email contains a cover letter, an attachment containing the proposal should be included. In the email has an attachment, it should also have a cover letter. The cover letter or the proposal should have an appropriate salutation and signature line.
I will be in my office (CB 407 F) during the final exam period if you need to visit with me in person.
If you have questions about any of this, please contact me.