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CHE 131 Course Page Important Course Information, Postings & Announcements for CHE 131 will be available here for Registered Members. To access the CHE 131 Course Page you will need to log in. CHE 131 General  Info Exams : Midterm 1: Tue Sept 20 Midterm 2: Mon Oct 17 Midterm 3: Mon Nov 21 Final Exam: Tue Dec 20 Preparing for CHE 131 Midterm 1 My Study Notes are quite detailed. When using them, focus on topics actually covered in lecture. Also, study the textbook. I've posted below last year's (Fall 2010) Midterm 1 & my Detailed Solutions. Last year was the first year they used the current textbook, so this should be a good indication of what to expect on this year's test. You should go over the Lecture Slides carefully to make sure you are OK with ANY concepts and problems discussed. Both Prof. Lacey & Prof. Simmerling tend to be VERY FOND of their own Lecture Slides . That means: You should expect on the exam to find problems similar/related to what was in the Lecture Slides. If some concept was discussed in the Lecture Slides, you MUST know it! I've posted below a Summary of each Lecture, with study suggestions. If you have some difficulty with any concept or problem, you can send me a question and I'll post a detailed response in the CHE 131 Midterm 1 Online Review. The main thing is to do LOTS of problems! There are plenty of good problems in my Practice Problems. (They are mainly Old Exam Problems from previous semesters of CHE 131.) It is a good idea to form a study group with your friends and get together to discuss and work problems. Then, ask me questions. I will post replies in the Online Review . Recent Exams for CHE 131 Midterm 1 Please Note: During the Online Review (Mon & Tue) I'll be posting additional Old Exam problems that I feel may be similar to what to expect on the test.
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