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Exam_prep_GEOL 105 - How to prepare for Exams in GEOL 105 Jonathan M Lees Tentative Syllabus FALL 2009 Sylabus GEOL 105 Book Week including LEES

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How to prepare for Exams in GEOL 105 Jonathan M. Lees
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2 Tentative Syllabus, FALL 2009 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 Earthquakes 4,5,6,7 Earthquakes 4,5,6 Exam 1 7 Volcanoes 8,9 Mt. St. Helens 8,9 Severe Weather 10,11 fall break 12 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. It is usually very difficult to “catch up” and cram in the last few days (or hours) before the test. Do not leave preparation for this course to the last minute.
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2009 for the course GEOL 105 taught by Professor Lees during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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Exam_prep_GEOL 105 - How to prepare for Exams in GEOL 105 Jonathan M Lees Tentative Syllabus FALL 2009 Sylabus GEOL 105 Book Week including LEES

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