Spring 2009 Review Sheet for GEOG 1112 FINAL EXAM When:AM section: Wednesday, May 6th, 8-11 AMPM section: Friday, May 8th, Noon-3 PM Where:Our regular lecture room (AM: MLC 213; PM: Chemistry 400) What does it cover?~20%: Material since Test #4: climate, climate classification, past climates and natural climate change, air pollution, ozone hole, global warming. See WebCT and my text. ~80%: Questions from Tests #1-4 material, with some emphasis on the harder questions, especially weather mapsHow long will it be? Longest exam of semester, but only 60questions. And you have 3 hours! TAKE YOUR TIME! DO NOT SKIP ANY QUESTIONS! How much math is on it? A few questions, tops Do I need a calculator? Yes. What is the test format? 60 multiple-choice or true-false questions. Where possible, I’ll tailor the questions to REAL-LIFE SITUATIONSyou might encounter, since the whole point of the course is to make you feel “at home” with weather & climate in everyday life. What do I need to bring? A number 2 pencil to use on Scantron forms (forms provided); calculator (cell phone ok, but no messaging); CANNOT USE TEXT; CANNOT USE NOTES; CANNOT USE FORMULA SHEET.What should I study? This review sheet, including your text where noted; & WebCT. ALSO:the questions at the top of the 2ndpage of each chapter in the text are a pretty good summary of what’s essential to know. When/where is the review session? Monday, May 4th, 7:30 pm, MLC Room 248
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