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I know that the midterm is still about two and a half weeks away, but I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to what are good outside resources to utilize when studying for the test. I was also wondering if anyone had any study tips?
I usually do all of the homework problems that I can so I can actually grasp the concepts. There are a lot of peer learning opportunities that he posts on the chem 14A website that can help a lot. I usually need a quiet place to study so that I can look over my notes and try to memorize the constants and equations.
I would recommend doing all of the problems assigned, even if some may seem repetitive. Even the smallest of differences in wording/calculation can make a big impact when taking the midterm. I would also suggest not only knowing the equations used by memory, but the derivations behind some of the more simpler equations.
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