Guide to Final Exam CHEM135 fall 2007

Guide to Final Exam CHEM135 fall 2007 - CHEM 135 FALL 2006...

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Unformatted text preview: CHEM 135 FALL, 2006 GENERAL CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERS SECTIONS 3125, 3127, 3128, 3145, 3147, 3148 GREER GUIDE TO FINAL EXAM (this will be updated; check back later) FINAL EXAM : Saturday, December 15, 2007, 1:30-3:30 p.m. - lecture rooms 1407 & 1402 - assigned seating as for prior exams (posted in elms). • Final exam is not optional and cannot be dropped : • Everyone must take it. BE THERE! Set two alarm clocks, allow time for traffic. • Do not even think of a make-up exam as an option! WHERE DO I BEGIN? • Look over old exams understand how to do all questions. • Look over all quiz keys. • Look over all written homework assignments. • Make a list of things you need to memorize. FINAL EXAM GRADES • You may view your exams on Tuesday, Dec. 18 th 11:30-12:30 in CHM1115. You may not keep your final exam. • Your final exam grades and final calculated numerical course grade will be posted in the elms gradebook on Tuesday, Dec. 18 so that you can check for accuracy. • The final exams will not be completely graded until Monday, Dec. 17th; no new grades will be posted before that. • Please notify Dr. Johnson by e-mail immediately if you find an error so that it can be corrected FINAL COURSE LETTER GRADES : • Final course letter grades will be posted on 12/19 or 12/20; Dr. Johnson will e-mail you when they are posted. • These will be posted on Testudo, and may be posted in elms as well. • However, by Tuesday, Dec. 18, you should be able to view your final calculated grade and can check that for accuracy prior to the final letter grade posting. FINAL EXAM: • Know your seat & room assignment for the exam. The list is posted in elms. • Know your section number and your ID number . Minus 1 point each if section number is missing, name is not readable, or ID number is missing. • Write down both your first and last names on the first page and write at least your last name on every page. • Bring your ID card to show when you turn in your exam. • The Final Exam will emphasize material since Exam V, but will cover the entire course . Its length will be about 1.5 a single “hour” exam. MATERIAL SINCE EXAM V – about 1/4 to 1/3 exam material from chapter 12 * Brown & Holme Text Chapter 12 * OWL Homework : HW15 (optional) * Written Homework: WHW15 * Quizzes: Q11 * Lecture: Material covered in lecture from Monday, December 3 through Monday, December 10 * Given on the exam: standard reduction potentials Paper copy of the periodic table * Memory Work: (see below) you are responsible for memory work and course content from previous exams which applies to material covered in Exam IV **BE SURE TO KNOW/REVIEW YOUR QUIZ KEYS, WRITTEN HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS, & EXAMS 1-5** For material for rest of course refer to individual exam study guides; below is a compilation of some of the information: (some of you asked for this….you may now wish you had not… …the list is long.) Brown & Holme: Chapter 1: 1.2-1.5 & Chapter 2: 2.2-2.6 Chapter 3,...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CHEM 135 taught by Professor Brooks during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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Guide to Final Exam CHEM135 fall 2007 - CHEM 135 FALL 2006...

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