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I cannot speak with certainty, of course, but I am guessing there will be at least one question that corresponds with each outline, plus a few quick multiple choice/true or false/very short answer questions concept. Certain outlines could also have multiple dedicated questions, like maybe thermo since there was a lot to cover in that unit.
its going to be a similar format to 14A if you had Lavelle last quarter. The questions are fairly evenly spread out with the material we've learned this quarter. I wouldn't expect a huge emphasis on acid base equilibrium maybe 2 questions max. There probably will be a larger emphasis on midterm material and test 2 and kinetics. Each large topic has 2-3 questions/parts usually.
Final will be on all material throughout the quarter, TA said that it will probably be around 8 questions, some may have multiple parts, and you can expect at least 1 question from each topic. Online Lavelle also states that "Questions will come from the Homework and Online Assessments" hope that helps :D
As everyone said, it is cumulative, and the best preparation is to look at the outlines for each optic covered and make sure you understand all of the bullet points listed. Dr. Labels suggests practicing textbook homework problems is the best preparation.
In a review session, the UA said that Lavelle will most likely have 1-2 Kinetics problems, 2 Thermochem/Dynamics, 1 Electrochem. with 8 questions total. Basically everything is fair game for the final with probably one or two questions from each outline.
The final will definitely cover all of the material that we have learned over the course of this year. You can expect conceptual questions as well as questions that require calculations. I think that most of the material on the final will be on the material that we covered after the midterm, so expect only a few major questions that cover previous topics. I wish you the best of luck studying for the final.
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