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Tips for Tests

Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:12 am
by Ellen Amico 2L
Hi, just wondering if anyone has tips for studying for Lavelle's tests? I know there are plenty of practice problems in the textbook, but is there anything else/other resources people recommend doing? Thanks!

Re: Tips for Tests  [ENDORSED]

Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:19 am
by Izzie Capra 2E
Watch the online modules again and do the pre and post assessments to ensure that you have the basic information.

Re: Tips for Tests

Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2019 10:56 pm
by Sally kim 4F
Definitely watch the modules again and continue to take notes on both the book and the videos he gives. You can also keep doing the fundamental problems listed, because there is a good chance he may use one of those questions.

Re: Tips for Tests

Posted: Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:05 pm
by SajaZidan_1K
I spoke with one of the UA's and went to their Step-Up session on Tuesday and they really recommended taking advantage of the resources available. For instance, the Step-Up session really helped me solidify my confidence in certain skills and identify areas I am weaker in. They gave us a bunch of practice problems to do together and even let us ask any questions we had, starting from sig figs up until limiting reagents. I really recommend the Step-Up session so far and hope to go to more.

Re: Tips for Tests

Posted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 10:19 am
by 505106414
SajaZidan_1K wrote:I spoke with one of the UA's and went to their Step-Up session on Tuesday and they really recommended taking advantage of the resources available. For instance, the Step-Up session really helped me solidify my confidence in certain skills and identify areas I am weaker in. They gave us a bunch of practice problems to do together and even let us ask any questions we had, starting from sig figs up until limiting reagents. I really recommend the Step-Up session so far and hope to go to more.


Do you recommend that I come to the Step-Up session with questions already prepared or can I come and just work on my homework and ask questions when I have them?