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BCHS 3304, 20104 eneral Biochemistry I General Biochemistry I TuTh 11:30-1:00, SW102 James M. Briggs, Ph.D. Purdue University. Computer modeling; computer-aided drug design; Protein structure/function http://adrik.bchs.uh.edu/bchs3304 (course home page) Office Room 402D Houston Science Center Office hours M:10:30-11:30, Tu:10:30-11:30 or by appointment ffice phone: 713 43 366 E ail jbriggs@uh edu Office phone: 713-743-8366 E-mail jbriggs@uh.edu E-mail is the best way to reach me! 3 Exams and a Comprehensive Final (See Syllabus) 100-90 A; 89.9-89.0 A-; 88.9-88.0 B+; 87.9-80 B; 79.9-79.0 B-; 78.9- 78.0 C+; 77.9-70 C; 69.9-69.0 C-; 68.9-68.0 D+; 67.9-60 D; and < 60 F. eekly omework e COMPLETED but not turned in!!! 1 Weekly Homework - to be COMPLETED but not turned in!!! Good performance on the Final Exam can reduce poorer performance on ONE earlier exam
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Letters of Recommendation Think about this NOW! From whom will you ask for letters in the future? Asking for a letter from an instructor who does not know you hurts your application! ake sure that your future potential letter writers know you inside Make sure that your future potential letter writers know you, inside AND outside of class. Discuss your future career plans with your potential letter writers. Investigate the review criteria for applications and make sure that your resume and your letter writers have information about you in those categories, for example: Leadership Communication (written and verbal) rofessionalism 2 Professionalism Ability to adapt I will NOT write a letter for a student whom I do not know.
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The Exams are based on the book, class notes, and homework. Those who do the homework honestly and persistently will earn the better grades. I encourage group homework and study sections (groups of 3-4 are the best size). But each person in a group must pull their own weight. Copying the homework and not fully participating cheats yourself. ou will need to now e material! You can not just be familiar with it You will need to know the material! You can not just be familiar with it. You will need to study about 2-3 hours a day! This is an upper-level PROFESSIONAL COURSE Virtually all figures used in these class notes were taken from the 3 instructor CD provided with the class textbook (Voet, Voet, and Pratt). I am not, in any way, taking credit for having created these figures!
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Scantron answer keys to the exams may be placed on the course web te site. Worked exams may be placed in glass cabinets in the hallway on the way to my office. f th ill b l d th b it Scores for the exams will be placed on the course web site. Please take advantage of the tutoring and review services in the Dept. of iology and Biochemistry - isit the Advising Office located in the Old Biology and Biochemistry visit the Advising Office located in the Old Science Building, Room, 116.
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