|If appropriate, give|
|- data defn||-25%|
|- examples of data||-25%|
|Use helper functions (see below)||-50%|
|Every function needs|
|- appropriate use of types (see below)||-10%|
|- to follow template for type||-30%|
|- ... or document choice of recipe||-30%|
|- test cases||-25%|
|- consistency of code and tests||-100%|
|- good formatting||-100%|
|- no magic numbers||-10%|
|Papers must be stapled||-10%|
'nope. Later in the semester it includes using structures as needed. Overall, this point is not a big issue in Scheme.
All others should be given a name. For instance, using "80 (mph)" should
be given a name like
Keep in mind that your labbies are grading a large number of papers, and sometimes mistakes are made. If you feel something was marked off even though it was correct, by all means check with the grader. However, if you feel that the grader was correct in taking off some points, but you feel they took off too many, try to defer to their judgement. If you feel that you've been graded overly-harshly consistently over several homeworks, first see the grader(s), If they don't agree, see the Lab Coordinator.
This guideline is not binding;
we reserve the right to give whatever score we feel is fair.
Guarantee: You have the right to question any score, and get an explanation of why we feel it is fair.
See one of the Course Instructors if you are unsatisfied with a grader's explanation.