Any general non-science questions (software questions/problems, etc.,) and class announcements.
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He seems to like putting all of the exceptions on the assessments. I will be looking at a lot of the rules that must be followed when calculating / carrying out certain processes, but more emphatic on the things that don't follow the rules (which will probably also cause me to better know what the rules are).
I'd say definitely go over the midterm solutions (especially problems you got marked off), this will give you an idea of what test concepts you didn't quite understand! Also, you should study the concepts we didn't cover in the midterm, because I lowkey feel like Dr. Lavelle is the type of professor to put new content on the final that he might excluded in the midterm (AHEM, Heisenberg Uncertainty). If you need help with the content covered on the midterm or before, do the assigned homework problems in the Outlines and watch YouTube videos! For more conceptual questions and a similar testing simulation, there are also the activities on SaplingLearning Plus.
I know it's fairly late for this advice now but I think that one of the best ways to study would have been by doing as many homework problems as possible from the many sections, reading the text book, and looking over the past tests that we have been given!
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