We will post each problem set on the course website at least two weeks before it is due.
You will receive an email from Crowdmark with a link inviting you to submit your problem set online about one week before it is due.
The link is personalized and only for you. Do not share it with other students.
The email goes to your utoronto email address only.
If you do not have your individual submission link...
If you do not receive the email:
Check your spam folder. Do a search in your email for all emails that contain the word "Crowdmark". If your email is on "focused", check "other" (these two labels are next to each other). These three things will find the missing email.
If you still cannot see the email, contact the coordinator Alfonso Gracia-Saz and ask him to resend the link.
The subject line of your email should be exactly "MAT137 Submission Link - Problem Set N" (with the actual problem set number instead of N).
Email him from your utoronto email address only.
Include your student number and full name.
He will reply within one business day. Hence, if you wait till the day it is due, you won't get a reply on time.
If you do not have a utoronto email address yet, contact Alfonso right away. He will need to add you to Crowdmark manually.
To prepare your solutions:
You may write your answers electronically. If you do so, convert them to pdf format once you are done.
You may write your answers by hand. If you do so, either take a picture with your phone or scan them. You will be able to submit pdf or jpg files. There are scanners you may use for free at the Robarts library. You are responsible for your pictures being legible. If they are not clearly legible, you will receive no credit.
If you plan to take a picture with your phone, we recommend that you download instead a free scanning app and use it. The quality is better, and it will put your TA in a good mood. We recommend Scanbot or CamScanner.
You may mix both formats. As long as you end up with only pdf and/or jpg files, and the answer to each question starts on a separate file, you are fine.
To submit your solutions:
Follow the link in your personal email.
Upload your files. The answer to each question must be uploaded separately. You may use as many pages as you need per question.
Make sure to rotate the pages if necessary, and to order the pages correctly. Failure to do so will result in a penalty of 1 point per question.
When you are ready, submit.
You will see a confirmation page. Save a copy for your records. If there are problems with your submission later on, we will ask you for your confirmation page.
You are allowed to modify your submission as many times as you need up to deadline.
You are allowed to submit after the deadline with a penalty of 35% per day late or fraction thereof.
There will be no exceptions for any reason, justified or otherwise.
Remember that we only count the best 8 out of 10 problem sets for each student. If you need to miss a problem set for a valid reason, it is one of the two problem sets we do not count for you.
If you leave your submission to the last minute, you are making a gamble. If due to technical reasons, you end up submitting 2 minutes late, you lost your gamble. Take responsibility for it and accept your 35% penalty.