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ringger [Early Policy]
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 I encourage early submissions to help keep the course moving forward smoothly. ​ For each assignment, early submission (at least by 11:59pm on the early date specified on the schedule) will earn a bonus of up to 1% (absolute), pro-rated by the assignment weight and the earned score on the assignment, toward the final course grade. ​ See the schedule for early submission deadlines (in blue). ​ Thus, for $N$ early submissions,​ a student could earn up to $N \%$ toward the final course grade. I encourage early submissions to help keep the course moving forward smoothly. ​ For each assignment, early submission (at least by 11:59pm on the early date specified on the schedule) will earn a bonus of up to 1% (absolute), pro-rated by the assignment weight and the earned score on the assignment, toward the final course grade. ​ See the schedule for early submission deadlines (in blue). ​ Thus, for $N$ early submissions,​ a student could earn up to $N \%$ toward the final course grade.
  
-There is also a bonus for turning in the final project proposal early, ​only following consultation ​with the instructor ​on the content of the proposal (see the Final Project ​guidelines document ​for more information about the proposal). ​+If a final project proposal is assigned, then there is also a bonus for turning in the final project proposal early, ​on the condition that the student first consults ​with the instructor ​regarding ​the content of the proposal (see the Final Project ​directions ​for more information about the proposal). ​
  
 If part of an assignment is considered extra credit, then the required part of the assignment can be handed in early and separately from the extra credit part, thereby making it possible to get the early bonus on the required part. The extra credit part of the project would still be due by the normal due date & time, with late policies applying. ​ There may be no extra credit available in a given semester. If part of an assignment is considered extra credit, then the required part of the assignment can be handed in early and separately from the extra credit part, thereby making it possible to get the early bonus on the required part. The extra credit part of the project would still be due by the normal due date & time, with late policies applying. ​ There may be no extra credit available in a given semester.
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