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Name: Chem 108 Sec. Number Practice Exam III April 1, 2008 Due: Sunday, April 6, 2008 Go to the Chem 108 Angel Lessons page and take at least 3 of the 4 practice tests given there. At midnight on Apr. 6 th , the tests will no longer be available. You may take either Practice exam 3A or Practice exam 3B. Either or both of these exams can be taken multiple times for practice. To get credit for this part of the Chem 108 assignment you only need to take one or the other ONCE. After you feel you have had sufficient practice and would like to really test your readiness for the exam, take Practice Exam 3C. This exam has a strict 75 minute time limit (same as the Chem 110 exam time limit). You will be given the correct answers and feedback after you have finished this exam. Finally you should take Practice Exam 3D. This practice exam will also have a 75 minute time limit. When you complete the test, you will be told your score
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Unformatted text preview: but you will not be given the correct answers. You will receive full credit in Chem 108 for this assignment as long as you complete the tests. It does not matter what score you get on these tests. For maximum benefit: take the exams under “test” conditions: 1. Do not use books or notes. Only use the Chem 110 data sheet and a periodic table. A copy of the data sheet and Periodic Table are in your Chem 108 packet. DO NOT USE AN ANNOTATED VERSION OF THIS WHEN YOU PRACTICE. 2. Use a non text programmable calculator: use the same calculator you plan to use on the real Chem 110 test. 3. Take the test is a quiet place: do not listen to music or allow yourself to be distracted. You will not be allowed to use any kind of electronic devices during the exam. 4. Practice doing these test in a 75 minute time block....
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course CHEM 108 taught by Professor Bojan during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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