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How to prepare for Exams in GEOL 105 Jonathan M. Lees
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2 Tentative Syllabus, FALL 2009 Exam Dates: 1)Sept. 24 2)Oct. 29 3)Dec. 3 FINAL EXAM: Friday Dec. 18, 12:00 AM 105 Mitchell Hall Sylabus GEOL 105 LEES FALL 2009 12:30-1:45 PM Book ABBOTT, Natural Distasters Week including Tuesday Thursday Chapter 8/25/2009Introduction Introduction 1,2 9/1/2009Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics 3 9/8/2009Seismology Earthquakes 4,5,6,7 9/15/2009Tsunamis Earthquakes 4,5,6 9/22/2009Earthquakes Exam 1 7 9/29/2009Volcanoes Volcanoes 8,9 10/6/2009Volcanoes Mt. St. Helens 8,9 10/13/2009Land Slides Severe Weather 10,11 10/20/2009Climate Change fall break 12 10/27/2009Climate Change Exam 2 12 11/3/2009Hurricanes Coast 13 11/10/2009Flood Fire 14, 15 11/17/2009 Mass Extinction Mass Extinction 16 11/24/2009Mass Extinction Thanksgiving 16 12/1/2009 Impacts Exam 3 17
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How to study for GEOL 105 For each hour of lecture you should be spending (at least ) 3 hours studying the material in the book and in the lecture notes. (This translates to 8 hours per week home preparation.) If you have not been keeping up, preparing on a weekly basis, you may experience difficulty.
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