I was wondering if the lab exercise we did in class today is similar to what the quiz will be. Or actually, can you tell us what will be on the exam? Also is there any tips that you can give which would would be helpful in preparing for the exam.
Other than the problems on pressures and reactions which are not covered, the exam will indeed be similar to your homework, the labs, and our class materials. The actual exam will be as follows:
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Preparing for the exam, I would say that going back over the homework problems, making sure you have a good cheat sheet, getting a good night’s sleep the night before, a good cup of coffee, along with the fact that you have been working homework problems like crazy should be all you need to make an A.
BE SURE to spend SOME time on each problem on the exam – i.e. don’t get problems 1 and 2 dead right for full credit, and fail to put anything at all down on problems 3 through 8. The prof then cannot give you anything at all for 6 problems. Be sure to put SOME effort into EVERY problem, regardless of how hard it seems to you. You are at least likely to get some partial credit, even if only out of sympathy.