SDSU Chemistry

CHEM 201,  Fall 2015

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(9/30/15)  The average on exam 1 was 66 with a high score of 100 and a low score of 10.  You will get your exam books back in your lab section today and tomorrow.  Be sure to check your exam against the key (now posted on the download page).  If you think there is a discrepancy with your Blackboard score come and see Dr. Smith ASAP to check your scantron.

(9/21/15)  EXAM 1 is this FRIDAY, 9/25, 3 to 3:50 pm. The exam will consist of 20 multiple choice questions.  A detailed study guide is available on the "Download" page, along with a blank practice exam and worked out solutions to the practice exam.  It would also be a good idea to review the quizzes from this semester.  The keys for quiz 1 and 2 are now posted on the download page.  The key for Quiz 3 will be posted after every section has taken it.

For the exam you will need scantron form 20788 (light blue, 4"x11"), a pencil, an eraser (not needed if you never make a mistake) and a non-graphing, scientific calculator. 

Exam rooms:

SHW12: sections 6,7,8,10,11,13,14,16,18 and ENS 280: sections 1,2,3,4,5,9,12,15,17

(8/28/15)  The download page has just been updated for this semester.  Don't forget that your first quiz will be Mon/Tues next week in recitation.  It will cover material talked about in lecture this week.  You can look at the old quiz 1's on the download page to get an idea of the type of questions, however, keep in mind that Quiz 1 usually comes in the third week instead of the second, so it usually covers more topics.  Your quiz 1 will just cover Lewis structures, VSEPR and the shorthand notation for organic compounds.

(8/24/15)  Welcome to the CHEM 201 website!

The first thing you want to do is start studying for the ion test:  Ion Test Info
The ion test will be given in your lab section on Wed/Thurs THIS week (8/26 or 8/27).   If you pass it the first time you will receive 5 extra credit points, which means you'll be starting the semester with an A+++.   So get out those flash cards and go to work!

Go to the discussion section of the lab you want to get into on Mon/Tues this week and sign up on the crasher list.

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