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Introduction to Computer Graphics (CMPS 160)

Overall: satisfactory. Exam 1: poor; Exam 2: satisfactory; Assignments and Project: very good. Project was 3D turtle graphics.  It was satisfactory. (Adjective choices: excellent, very good, good, satisfactory, poor.)

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Fundamentals of Compiler Design I (CMPS 104A)

Andrew Levine’s performance in CMPS-104A, Fundamentals of Compiler Design I, during 2000-q4 was as follows:  The overall competence was satisfactory.  The programs were satisfactory.  The tests and exams were adequate. More specifically, the individual components which constituted the grade were … Continue reading

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Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms (CMPS 102)

Out of the 20 students taking the final, Andrew Levine’s overall performance was below average. The first midterm was given early in the quarter and tended to test the students’ background. Andrew did poorly, scoring 18/40 (average 26, high 37). … Continue reading

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Beowulf and the Viking Sagas (LTPR 138)

Andrew’s work this session displayed a solid grasp of the course materials, and he had an excellent attendance record. Andrew’s first paper discussed the construction of monstrosity in Beowulf. While it had some good individual points about specific elements, these … Continue reading

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Literature and Global Perspective (LTEO 111)

Andrew Levine’s performance in LTEO 111, Literature and Global Perspectives, demonstrated his satisfactory engagement with the course materials. Mr. Levine’s first essay contained some interesting ideas and a range of references, but was overall rather disorganized, lacking a strong central … Continue reading

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Beat to Postlanguage (LTAM 104K)

Andrew’s creative work in this course stood out by virtue of its sometimes bewilderingly idiosyncratic rhetorical and formal gestures.  His first written assignment combined critical “glosses” with witty, elliptical blocks of poetic text; his final assignment used a Bernadette Mayer … Continue reading

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Native American Literature (LTAM 102D)

Andrew did fair, but largely disappointing, work for the course.  He was frequently late to class and although he participated occasionally in discussion, his comments often needed to be more grounded in close reading of the texts.  His short papers … Continue reading

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Graphs, Games, and Structures (CMPS 106)

Mr. Levine’s performance in this class was as follows – Homework: satisfactory, 70 percent; Quizzes: poor, 61 percent; Final Exam: excellent, 90 percent. Overall Performance: satisfactory, 73 percent.

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Abstract Data Types (CMPS 101)

Performance of this student – Midterm: Excellent; Lab/homework: Excellent; Final: Very Good. Overall result:  Excellent. This was a very large class and I had limited opportunity to have a good individual evaluation of all the students. Narrative evaluation comments ARE … Continue reading

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Understanding Drugs (BIOC 080A)

The performance of this student in the class was considered to be outstanding. Course description: This class consisted of taking 3 examinations and submission of two papers. It involved learning about the effects in humans of commonly used prescription, nonprescription and … Continue reading

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