Actually, the only thing my teacher told us is that there will be a couple of questions from each chapter, and there is 16 chaps. In past exams there were no multiple choice, mostly equations. So I think I will concentrate on the math part.
Thanks for the advice.
I do take notes, and I try to copy down everything the instructor writes. Only things is that after about a week, I go back to my notes and they don't seem to make much sense, but I get your point. The only papers we have are our previous exams, I guess I will go through those.
I have a final coming soon in Chemistry, and it is going to be comprehensive. I am really nervous about it, and I am not sure of a good study strategy. I know I can't read the entire book in a week, so I was hoping someone might have a good study plan for a comprehensive exam.
Thanks in advance
Hope I am posting this question in the correct forum, I was not sure as there are so many. Anyways, I am in finals week for Intro to Chemistry class. It really put me through the ringer, I mean I had a hard time in this class, and yes I studied. Now I need to take Chem 200 or General Chem...