**RETAKE TESTS: (only for Integrated Math II Courses)****DIRECTIONS:**

. Email me to discuss a time/date you could make to take the retake exam. You have an an hour and 15 minutes to complete the exam and email it back to me. So we will discuss a time/date that works for you to meet this timed requirement.**EMAIL MR. HUY FOR RESERVATION**

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**How the Retake Exams Are Scored**

: That means a first-test score of 71 and a retake-test score of 96 averages to 83.5%, which I will round up to 84%.__THE SCORES OF BOTH TESTS ARE AVERAGED__if a student does really poorly the first time, such as 38%, it would normally be almost impossible to get an average about D, so I will temporarily raise the first test score to 60% only for the purpose ofaveraging.**POLICY 1:****EXAMPLE:**a student who earns 38% for a first-test then learns it much better and earns 94% on the retake-test will then have a final score of 77%, C (that's the average of 60 and 94).any student may retake a test regardless of the score, but I will cap any final averaged score at 90%, A-.**POLICY 2:****EXAMPLE:**a student who earns 86% on the first-test then earns 100% on the retake-test will have a final score of 90%, A-, not the actual average of 93.**POLICY 3:****Example:**a student scores 62%, D on the first test, but only 54%, F on the retake test. The average would be 58%, F, but since I won't use a retake score if it's lower then the first test, the original 62% score will stay in the grade book and is the final score.**NOTE: there is only one retake test, so if a student scores lower on the retake test, the student has used up the one opportunity to raise the score.**

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**What is the Due Date for Retaking Tests?**

The only deadline is students have to take their exams in semester 1

**BEFORE**Month 5 and/or students have to take their exams in Semester 2

**BEFORE**Month 10.

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**YOU CANNOT RETAKE A TEST WITHOUT THESE 3 THINGS**

**1. TEST Corrections, done the right way.**

**2. Error statements (on the same pages as the corrections).**

**3. The original test itself, stapled underneath the corrections and error statements.**

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**HOW TO DO YOUR TEST CORRECTIONS**

Students have to correct every wrong answer from the original test. They also have to write an "error statement" where they state what they did wrong the first time. The corrections and error statements must be on the same paper, set up together (NOT on the original test itself). So, if the answer to question 3 is wrong, students

**(1)**write out the question

**(2)**show how to do the question correctly (getting the right answer)

**(3)**write one sentence stating what error they made the first time, and then

**(4)**draw a horizontal line across the page after the error statement, before starting the next question/answer/error statement/line.

**For specific step-by-step instructions, look at the cover page of the test.**