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Chemistry Honors – Spring 2014 Final Exam

Stuck in the middle! (Physics is next…)

Exam Date and Time

  • Friday, May 30th
  • Session 2 (10:45 am – 12:15 pm)
  • NOTE – CSS students will start @ 9:00 am

Exam Structure

  • There are 45 M/C questions
  • All answers will be submitted on Scantron forms
  • Any support work written cleanly on the question sheet may be considered in an grade appeal
  • Students must bring their own calculators (graphing OK)
  • The written exam is worth approximately 10% of the final grade
  • Students will be provided a formula sheet and periodic table (no outside note cards).
  • NOTE – The formula sheet is posted in the shared drive for your review before the exam: “Final Exam Equations” (found in the “Quiz-Exam” folder)

Topics

  • The topics of the exam cover material learned only during the second semester
  • As the course teaches many concepts that overlap and build, there will be some topics on the exam that were introduced in the first semester
  • The list of topics and objectives is posted in the shared documents drive: “Final Exam Review” (found in the “Quiz-Exam” folder)

How Do I Study for This?

  • The objectives are a guide for students wishing to prepare for the exam and should be considered a checklist.
  • The recommended way of preparing for the exam is to use the list of objectives as a guide for practice.
  • That is to say, for each item the student should go back to class notes and sample problems to review and refresh on the topic.
  • Often the textbook has problems that were not assigned as homework but similar to the ones already completed as part of the course.
  • Attempting to solve these might be a good start.
  • While reviewing past problems (solved in class) has value, working problems not yet seen will provide the most benefit.

 

Because these things are important

Information

This entry was posted on May 16, 2014 by in CHAgenda, ChemH.
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