Yingst SAMPLE Exam questions_2006

Yingst SAMPLE Exam questions_2006 - Sample Test Questions...

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Sample Test Questions Dr. Douglas R. Yingst Department of Physiology Wayne State School of Medicine Sept. 20, 2006
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Suggestions on learning material for the physiology exam Learn the concepts and mechanisms Learn how “things work” Learn the important facts (see summaries) Learn how to apply the facts and mechanisms to solve problems In other words, I often expect that you will have mastered the basic facts and concepts and will ask you to apply them.
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Comments and Suggestions The following exam questions have varying degrees of difficulty. I have chosen these examples, because they are examples of questions I have asked in the past and they may help you further understand the material. I would not evaluate whether or not you “understand” the material and/or will pass the exam based solely on how you answer these questions. The answers are at the end.
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The molarity of a 2% solution of NaCl is 340 mmol/L. The molecular weight of NaCl is 58.5. What is the osmolarity of a 2% solution of NaCl (in mOsm/L)? A. 170
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