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Date: 08-27-07 Class: Chem Student: This text is being provided in a rough-draft format. Communication Access Realtime Translation is provided in order to facilitate communication accessibility and may not be a totally verbatim record of the proceedings. PROFESSOR: Ready? Okie doke. Lots and lots to cover today. This is the slide that we ended on last time so a couple of things as we get rolling. One, the Aris Code, we think we have it figured out. I have to give you a code and I think you have to e-mail it but the folks from McGraw area is coming. Aris is another electronic site that will have extra quizzes and extra problems. So it is 20 extra dollars. If you want to get it, you can get it. The solution manual and this book, there is going to be three copies over at the library. We hope to have them over there today. They came in late on Friday afternoon, okay. Second thing, the quiz for this Friday will also probably be due then the following Wednesday because next Monday we don't have class because of Labor Day. So we'll have a class this Friday again. We'll give you the extra extended time for that. With regard to say another assignment that you're going to have due, that is, we're going to have an extra credit, 5-point, 90-question
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test over Chapter 1. Okay. This is what they took last year in class. We're going to take it out of class. We're going to post it hopefully by the end of today. Remember we have a discussion section tonight at 8:30 and by then I hope to have that test posted. You print it out. The best way to use that test is use it as a time trial. So a time trial doesn't help if you say I have got to run a 75 second quarter. You run all the way around the track. You hit it and go like that. Okay. That is not going to help you. Make it like a real test-like situation. I don't care when you take it. You can take it on Labor Day if you plan to party on labored day, Tuesday morning, see if you can take it under adverse conditions, whatever. It is your time trial. Take it. Give yourself roughly an hour. These are just multiple choice. So our test will be 70 points of written, 30 points of multiple choice. This is 90 points of multiple choice. Mainly over Chapter 1 from Wade. Which means for this -- for this class it will be really over Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. We'll finish Chapter 1 today. We'll be in Chapter 2 on Wednesday and Friday so probably best if you take this thing some time next weekend to get a feel for how you stand on those types of questions, all right. You will then hand it in. We will grade it. You'll go on for the record site which is not on blackboard. We don't post grades on blackboard. We use a different site. You can look up your score to make sure you filled out things right, okay. It is A, B, C, D, E. You get five points for taking it. You go over 90, you get five points. You go 90/90, you get five points. I will not look at these things. I don't care and I don't give a rats which one you did, okay. If you went
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over 90 or 90 of 90, this is purely for you. We don't look back at it
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CHEM 621 taught by Professor Berkland during the Spring '08 term at Kansas.

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