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CHEM232 – ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Instructor: James Poole FINAL CUMULATIVE EXAMINATION – SPRING 2007 DO NOT turn this page over until instructed to do so by the examination proctor. This examination is worth 160 points out of your possible score of 600 points for this course. The examination consists of nine questions, the multiple-choice learning outcomes assessment (worth 10 points) and a bonus question (worth a further 8 points). You are required to attempt all nine questions in the allotted time of 120 minutes for the exam. You should note that for some questions you are not required to answer all sections. In these cases you must clearly indicate which parts of these questions you wish to have graded for credit. In the absence of a clear indication, I will grade the first set of answers I see. Note that not all questions are equally weighted, and therefore the weightings should roughly indicate the amount of time to be spent on any given question. Plan your time accordingly. The following are not permitted in this exam: Any written material in the form of textbooks or notes Any electronic device capable of access to the web, or storage of significant amounts of electronic information (including graphing and programmable calculators, mobile phones, portable computers, iPods, PDAs etc.) Make sure all mobile phones are turned off, and stored in a bag. Molecular model kits. Your lab books are available for pickup at the end of the exam. Any lab-books not collected by the end of the semester will be shredded. Your final exam paper will not be returned to you, but I am willing to discuss examination outcomes. After June 1 st , you exams will be shredded to preserve your privacy.
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course CHEM 232 taught by Professor Poole during the Spring '09 term at Ball State.

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