Quizzes are short checks for understanding due after lectures. The intent of each quiz is to help you apply each week’s concepts to new problems. Each quiz is open-book: you may use any and all non-human resources during a quiz, but the only humans to whom you may turn for help or from whom you may receive help are the course’s heads. Quizzes are released at the start of lecture so that you can work on them as a concurrent guide to the lecture’s concepts and as a reflection on what you’ve learned from the lecture.
You are expected to turn in your quiz prior to your assigned section. The deadline on Gradescope (and the due date that appears below) is set to just before the first section of the week begins, and the “late deadline” (on Gradescope) is set to just before the final section of the week begins. Therefore, even if Gradescope shows your quiz as “late”, it is not, so long as you turned it in prior to the section to which you were assigned; if you fail to do so (i.e., you turn it in during or after your assigned section), it is late, and subject to be considered a zero, as quizzes are not allowed to be submitted late, pursuant to the course’s lateness policy.