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1. Who are you? To help us better understand who is taking this class, please fill this out (required). This is not anonymous, and it counts for participation.
2. Feedback Form. If you have any issues with the class or suggestions for improvement, please let us know sooner rather than later; we may be able to make changes more rapidly than you might imagine. This is optionally anonymous, but it's always nice to know who you are (sometimes it makes sense to have followup conversations).
3. Exam Scheduling Conflicts. Please try your best to make the regular time, but we'll work with you if you have a hard conflict. Please use the appropriate from below to let us know. Note that you shouldn't fill this out if you have McBurney accommodations (we'll be working with you to schedule separately). Make sure to report scheduling conflicts at least 10 days in advance.
4. Thank You! Has a TA or mentor provided exceptional help, during office hours, Shelf hours, lab, etc? Thank them by filling out this form, and I'll pass along the feedback.
5. Report Cheating. Giving us details about things you see happening will help us thwart it in the future. For example, if you see project solutions leaked online, we'll watch for similar submissions. The more you tell us, the better we can make sure grades fairly reflect everybody's effort. Thanks!
6. Lab Swap Request. Fill this if there's a frequent conflict that makes it difficult for you to attend at the time you enrolled.
7. Partner Matching. Fill this if you would like us to suggest a project partner for you (no guarantees we'll be able to pair everybody). If somebody you work with ends up being a bad partner, just fill it out again and we'll make another suggestion for the next project. If they're a good partner, we suggest continuing working with them throughout the semester.
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