These will be conducted using MasteringChemistry.
Quizzes will be done on-line using the Mastering Chemistry tutorial and
homework program from the publisher of our text.
Although you may complete suggested homework assignments with your study
group, you are expected to work the on-line quizzes individually.
There will be an ungraded practice quiz available early in the term so
that you can try out the system and check your computer’s compatibility.
The quizzes can also be done in a University computer lab.
You must complete the quizzes according to the schedule below.
Note that the Due Date for a Graded Quiz is included in the Title of the
You must complete the quizzes according to the schedule posted in the Mastering Chemistry site and here below.
There are 7 on-line quizzes. You are required to complete them according to this schedule:
Note that the Due Date for a Graded Quiz is included in the Title of the Quiz.
There are 7 on-line quizzes. You are required to complete them according
to this schedule: They are due at 11:59pm, not actually exactly midnight.
Graded Quiz 1 Chapter 8 & 9.1, 9.2 (Gases & Atmosphere) due by almost midnight Wednesday January 20, 2016
Graded Quiz 2 Chapter 9.1, 9.2 (Atmosphere) due by almost midnight Wednesday
February 3, 2016
Graded Quiz 3 Chapter 10 (Thermochemistry) due by almost midnight Wednesday February 17, 2016
Graded Quiz 4 Chapter 11 (Liquids) due by almost midnight Wednesday February 24, 2016
Graded Quiz 5 Chapter 12 (Equilibrium) due by almost midnight Wednesday March 9, 2016
Graded Quiz 6 Chapter 13 (Thermodynamics) due by almost midnight Wednesday 23 March, 2016
Graded Quiz 7 Chapter 14 (Kinetics) due by almost midnight March 30, 2016
Graded Quizzes shaded in Green may have their due dates changed. Watch this space.
It is to your advantage to do the quizzes on a weekly basis rather than
attempt them near the deadline.
It may be necessary to adjust these deadlines. Watch the Quiz page of
the course spaces site and the Mastering Chemistry web site for Chem 102.
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