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Announcements:(11/30) Exam 3 is THIS COMING FRIDAY, December 6 from 3 - 3:50 pm (normal lecture time). The exam will be held in the same rooms as the first midterm exam: Sections 1,2,3,4,6,9 and 11 will be in AL 201. Sections 5,7,8,10, and 13 will be in GMCS 333. You will need the same scantron as for Exam 1 and 2 (form 20788) along with a graphing calculator and pencil.
I have checked the practice exam on the download page, and even though it is listed as for Spring 2013, it is good for this semester as well. I have slightly updated the study guide though. The updated version is on the download page. I have also posted the keys for quizzes 7 and 8. It is always a good idea to make sure you know how to do the quiz problems for the exam. The quiz 9 key will be posted after the last section takes it.
(11/4) Worked out solutions for Exam 2 are now posted on the download page.
(11/2) The average on Exam 2 was 63, with a high of 100 and a low of 5. The key has now been posted on the download page. Please check your answer booklet against the key and let Dr. Smith know early next week if you think there is a problem with your score on Blackboard. Worked out solutions to the exam will be posted on Monday.
Links to the Spring 13 quiz 7, 8 and 9 have been fixed on the Download page as well.
(10/23) Solutions to quizzes 4-6 have now been posted on the download page. Also the study guide for Exam 2 has been slightly revised to include questions about precipitation problems.
(10/18) Exam 2 is NEXT FRIDAY, October 25 from 3 - 3:50 pm (normal lecture time). Unfortunately we have to use some different rooms than for the first exam. Sections 5,7,8,10 and 13 will still be in GMCS 333, but sections 1 and 4 will be in AL105 and sections 2,3,6,9 and 11 will be in NH 100. You will need the same scantron as for Exam 1 (form 20788) along with a graphing calculator and pencil.
I have just updated the Exam 2 study guide on the Download page, so if you looked at it earlier, it is slightly changed. This gives all the topics that will be covered on the exam. I also updated the practice exam to better reflect the material that will be on your exam.
(10/1) The average on the exam was 70, with a high of 100 and a low of 20. The exam answer key and also worked-out solutions are on the download page. After you get your exam back (in lab) check your exam against the key to make sure the blackboard score is correct. If there is a discrepancy, see Dr. Smith this week to review your scantron.
(9/20) The first exam is a week from today -- Friday, Sept.27 from 3-3:50 pm (normal lecture time). Sections 1,2,3,4,6,9 and 11 will be in AL 201. Sections 5,7,8,10, and 13 will be in GMCS 333. You will need a non-graphing scientific calculator, pencil and scantron 20788 (light blue).
See the Exam 1 study guide on the download page for information about what will be on the exam. There is also a practice exam and old exam 1's to look at on the download page.
(8/26) Welcome to the CHEM 201 Website!! The lecture and exam schedule for this semester, along with reading assignments and suggested homework problems, can be found on the "Lecture" page. The quiz and experiment schedule is on the "Lab" page. The "Download" page contains lots of extra study material like old quizzes and exams.
As mentioned in class, the first thing you want to do is start studying for the ion test: Ion Test Info
THERE WILL BE NO RECITATION SECTION ON TUESDAY, 9/3, due to the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, 9/2.
Go to the Monday/Tuesday recitation (short lecture) for the lab section you want to get into and sign up on the crasher list. More information will be available in the regular lecture, Monday at 3 pm in GMCS 333.