Chemistry 9-12-12 Chapter 2 Test Review

CHEMISTRY – Wow! Hasn’t just soooooooo much gone into making up chapter 2? Good luck studying for your test! Here’s the overview of the test from today. Remember, don’t just read your notes – practice your notes, practice the problems, practice the memorization!!

If you haven’t had a chance to do so already, make sure you go to Edline, open the Chemistry class page, click on Tests in the right column, and check out the two review sheets on chapter 2. Great info!!! And continue to practice with these online games and quizzes:

Online Textbook: There are wonderful Interactive Review Games with your online text. First open chapter 2. Then click on the the Student Premium tab, then Interactive Review Games. There are games like Millionaire, Bootcamp, and Pyramid that quiz you with questions just like the ones I’ll give you on the test. See how high you can get your score!! has great interactive quizzes with questions like I’ll ask on the test. Find the unit that corresponds to the topics we’ve been studying and begin to quiz yourself. There are answers, too!

Good luck studying! I’ll be praying for you!!

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22 thoughts on “Chemistry 9-12-12 Chapter 2 Test Review

  1. In our notes, I wrote down and put stars beside a note saying “be able to make density column”. You havent mentioned it and it doesnt say we need to know it on our review sheets on edline. Do we need to know all the density’s?

    • Juliet – You do need to concepts behind how a density column works, but you do not have to memorize the densities of specific substances. I’ll give those to you on the test.

    • Lauren – It’s on your orange class info sheet, and if you hover your cursor over the link here on the website, the username and password will show up. Oh, and it’s csbec and chemistry! πŸ™‚

  2. Thank you so much putting those review sheets on Edline. I feel that those sheets will make me feel even more prepared for the test!

    • Peyton – Have you tried Google Docs? Under “Create”, it has a spreadsheet option that also allow you to change your data into what they call a chart, but it’s also a graph. You’ll have to google the instructions on how to use it, but I don’t think it’ll be hard to figure out at all. Good luck with it!

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