to the Wonderful World of Chemistry, often challenging, sometimes
frustrating, occasionally unexplainable, but never dull.
sources are here to help you.
Study Tips for
doing questions, cross out each part of the question in turn as you
do them, to make sure that you have answered the complete question.
doing multiple choice questions:
questions (most, least, highest, lowest) have extreme answers, and
the values for those answers are often given on the Reference
to see if there is an odd answer out to narrow down choices. If
three of the choices are metals and the other choice is a nonmetal
atom, the answer is likely the odd one out, or the nonmetal. This
does not always work, but if you are at a loss, this can help.
non-multiple choice questions:
your answer to make sure that it makes sense. Sometimes it is
possible to have a right answer that is rendered wrong by adding
something after the correct part that makes the whole thing wrong.
Know when to stop writing.
doing math problems, make sure to show all work, include units with
all numbers and make sure that all answers are properly rounded. As
much weight is given to how you answer the question as is given to
the correct answer.
Geographic Printable Posters
- Powered by the NY Public Library