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CHM 114, Spring 2007 First exam study guide. Fill the room from front to back rows (except leave the first row empty). Make sure you bring: a #2 pencil, an eraser, a calculator (make sure batteries are charged!) and your student ID. Scantron will be sheets provided. The “cheat sheet”: You may bring one-half of a standard notepaper page (8.5 x 5.5 inches) with anything you want written only on one side of it. The sheet must have your quiz section letter and your last name on the upper left corner. You must turn it in at the end of the exam along with your scantron. You may keep the exam. A periodic table will be supplied showing atomic weights. The exam will consist of 25 to 30 multiple-choice questions. You must use your Student Afilliate ID number, for example: 1000423125 You will need to show your student ID card when you turn in your exam Fill out your scantron sheet first, Next, read through the whole exam The questions range in difficulty from pretty easy to really hard. Mark the easy questions,
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