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ch369_sum10_class_1_notes - Instructor David Hoffman OfFce...

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Unformatted text preview: Instructor: David Hoffman OfFce: 5.266C Welch building. OfFce hours: Mon. through Thurs. 11:30 - 12:30, and ¡riday 10 - 11 am (or by appt). T.A.: Cassidy Terrell. Textbook: “Essential Biochemistry” by Pratt & Cornely. CH 369 - “¡undamentals of Biochemistry” Please sit near the front, so I don’t need to shout. Course web site: http://hoffman.cm.utexas.edu/courses/index369_sum10.html Exam dates. There are 3 mid-term exams during regular class time: June 15, June 30, July 15 There is a fnal exam at the time and date set by registrar’s oFfce. Grading: 3 mid-term exams of 100 points each. Final exam (covers entire course) of 200 points. Course grade will be based on total points earned. You must take the ¡nal exam. There are no make-up exams except under extraordinary circumstances, such as illness certifed by physician. Do not over-sleep on exam days. Use 2 alarm clocks. Plan on arriving early on exam days, to make sure you are not late. Attend class! Although some slides from class will be posted on the class web page, do not expect that every word said in class will be posted. Bring a notebook to class and take some of your own notes. It would be extremely difFcult to learn the course material simply by viewing the posted slides without the context of your own notes. Is this course hard? I think it is hard! Material is not terribly difFcult, but the volume is huge! Also, you have to remember what is learned in each chapter to use later in the semester. Consider sitting near the front. Tools for Success Keep up! Read the book before coming to class, pay attention in class, read the book after class....
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2010 for the course CH 369 taught by Professor Kbrowning during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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