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Hour Exam Dates (all exams 5:30-6:30 PM in Keyes 105):

Exam 1: Wednesday, October 5th

Exam 2: Thursday, November 3rd

Exam 3: Monday, December 5th

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Practice Exams:

Practice Exam 1

Answers to Practice Exam 1

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Answers to Practice Exam 3

Exam 3 Information:
Exam 3 message Board

Exam 3 will take place on Tuesday, November 30th from 5:30-6:30 in Keyes 105.  Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam.  The exam is cumulative, and will cover Chapters 1-9 and sections 10.1-10.2 of Chapter 10, but will focus on the material in Chapters 7-10 that did not appear on Exams 1 and 2.  Not all of Chapter 10 will be covered.  The relevant sections for Exam 3 are 10.1-10.2 (covering hydrogenation of olefins, and Cl2 and Br2 additions to olefins in both nucleophilic and non-nucleophilic solvents).  The exam will also cover laboratory experiments 1-4.

Practice Final Exam

Answers to Practice Final Exam

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Information for Final Exam:

The Final Exam will be held on Wednesday, December 14th from 6:00-9:00 pm in Arey 5. The exam will cover the class material from Chapters 1-11 and laboratory material from experiments 1-6. The exam is expected to take approximately 2 hours, but you will be able to work for the entire 3 hours. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session on Monday, December 12th starting at 1:00 in Keyes 105.

If you have questions, you can post them on the Message Board

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Information for Exam 3:

Answer Key to Exam 3

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Exam 3 will be held on Monday, December 5th from 5:30-6:30 pm in Keyes 105. The exam will cover the class material from Chapters 1-9, Chapter 10 sections 1-8, and laboratory material from experiments 1-5. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on MondaySunday, November 29th December 4th at 74:00 pm PM in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).

Exam 2 Information:

Keyes 105.

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Information for Exam 2:

Answer Key to Exam 2

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Exam 2 will take place be held on WednesdayThursday, November 3rd from 5:30-6:30 pm in Keyes 105.   Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam.  The exam is cumulative, and will cover the class material from Chapters 1-7, but will focus on the material in Chapters 4-7 that did not appear on Exam 1.  Not all of Chapter 7 will be covered.  The relevant sections for Exam 2 are 7.1-7.7 (covering SN1 and SN2 reactions, but not elimination reactions).and laboratory material from experiments 1-3. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on TuesdayWednesday, November Nov. 2nd at 7:00 pm in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).

Exam 1 Information:

7pm in Keyes 105. 

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Information for Exam 1:

Answer Key for Exam 1

Exam 1 will take place be held on TuesdayWednesday, October 5th from 5:30-6:30 pm in Arey 5.  Materials that you may use are writing implements, and molecular models (optional but allowed).  You may also bring a calculator (with all memory cleared) if you wish, but this shouldn't be needed to complete the exam. Keyes 105.  The exam will cover the class material from Chapters 1-4.

Exam Topics:

Chapter 1: All sections
Chapter 2: All sections
Chapter 3: Sections 3.1-3.15 (the later sections we will encounter in chapter 8, and on exam 3)
Chapter 4: All sections except 4.4, 4.9, 4.10, 4.13 (these will appear on exam 2)
Laboratory: Experiment 1

, and laboratory material from experiment 1. Allowed exam items are pens/pencils, a non-programmable calculator (but you probably won't need it), and molecular models. You will be provided with a periodic table. There will be an optional review session held on Monday, October 4th 3rd starting at 7:00 pm in Arey 5.  This is a question-and-answer session (no new material will be introduced).Miller 14. 

If you have questions, you can post them on the Message Board