Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006, 12:39:10 EST From: [email protected]To: [email protected]Subject: MET1010: Preparing for the final exam A MET1010 student asked: How should we go about studying for the final exam? Are you going to give out a study sheet? Answer: I am not going to prepare a summary sheet because I've found that students concentrate on that too much. Instead, I suggest that you: (1) Read the half-page chapter summaries at the end of each chapter. Also, page through the chapters and look at the figures. (2) Read the lecture notes at the course Web site, http://ahlquist.met.fsu.edu/courses/met1010/index.html (3) Go through the review questions at the end of each chapter and the review questions posted at the course Web site. Say the answers out loud or, even better, write the answers. Just thinking about the answers is not enough. One half of the final exam will consist of about 6 questions from each of the first five exams, either exactly the way they appeared on the earlier exams or in very similar form. The other half of the
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2011 for the course MET 1010 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at FSU.