UNC University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Fall 2022
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CHEM 261 exams tend to be 1/3 multiple choice, 1/3 short answer, and 1/3 long answers. Reactions are tested going forwards and backwards, which is very difficult to study for.
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Study Tips for CHEM 261 Exams
Redo a problem 5 times - this helps cement your knowledge, and recall it under high pressure testing environment.
Practice Old Exams
Execute on old exams. Even if you get the wrong answer, you'll learn from your mistakes faster.
Be bold and ask direct questions when you're stuck - there's value in wrong answers so you can recognize and avoid them.
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