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Chem 6 BL Practice Final Exam

Chem 6 BL Practice Final Exam - Chemistry 6BL PRACTICE...

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Page 1 of 9 Chemistry 6BL - PRACTICE FINAL EXAM Spring Quarter 2009 IMPORTANT STUDY RECOMMENDATIONS To be well prepared for your upcoming final exam, which covers experiments 4B-6, make sure you review the following items: - Pre- and postlab questions - Lecture notes and exercises included in the lecture notes - Important lab calculations from your lab reports - Important background information and concepts covered in the lab manual - The practice exam provided below (contains the answer key in addition to all the extra pages that would be provided in a normal exam). Two review sessions will be scheduled (see scheduling details below) to answer any questions you may have on the practice final. It is therefore strongly recommended that you do the practice exam by yourself BEFORE attending a review session. REVIEW SESSION SCHEDULE: Monday, June 1, 2009, 8:00 PM-9:00 PM (possibly until 9:20 PM), York 2722, conducted by Eriko S. Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 8:00 PM-9:00 PM (possibly until 9:20 PM), YORK 2722, conducted by Diana R. IMPORTANT REMINDERS As specified in your class syllabus: Note on the class schedule provided on Page 7 of the syllabus that your final exam will be given on the last day/time of lecture on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 . IMPORTANT: No other final exam will be administered in this laboratory class on the week of final exams (June 8-12). All exams must be taken during the lecture section that you have signed up for. Failure to take your exam in your own lecture section will result in a grade penalty of zero on the exam. Several lab sections will also be scheduled to take their exam in an overflow exam room (TBA). Failure to take your exam in the exam room assigned to your own lab section will result in a grade penalty of half-credit on the exam. Each exam will consist of approximately 15 multiple-choice questions. You will receive with each exam a scantron, a periodic table, scratch paper and a data sheet (See Page 8). You will not be allowed to use your own scantron or scratch paper in the exam room. You are required to bring the following on the day of the exam: a #2 pencil, a picture ID ( No picture ID = No test and zero credit on the exam! ) and a non-graphing, non-programmable scientific calculator. Please know that the staff will inspect calculators used in exams and that no other type of calculator will be allowed. Cell phone/pagers, headphones, earbuds, laptops and all other electronic devices will not be allowed in the exam room. Each exam will be timed and students will be required to stop working and hand in their exam booklet (with signed statement of academic integrity) and scantron no later than 50 mn after the exam start time.
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