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Chem 113 PostExam SelfAssessment See the instructions in Canvas for more details about how this assignment will be scored. 1. Fill in these blanks: Exam Number ___1__ Your Predicted Exam Score __65___% Actual Exam Score ___69.23__% Current Course Score __70.82___% Current Course Letter Grade ____C_ 2. How did your actual score on this exam compare to the score you expected? How do you explain the difference, if any? My actual exam score was higher than my expected exam score. I was basing my expected score on my performance in Chem 111, which was very low. However, I think my attendance to lecture and persistence with Aleks made a difference in my score. 3. How do you feel about your exam grade? Are you surprised, relieved, disappointed, or what? I am satisfied with my grade. I did better than I expected, but I did not study as much as I could have. This means if I do extra studying with various techniques, I can only improve my scores! 4. How did you spend your time preparing for the exam? That is, what study techniques did you use? Address at least 4 of these examples, and feel free to add your own: I used the sample exam, I completed the Exam 1 knowledge survey in canvas, I rebuilt my pie after the ALEKS knowledge check, I took extensive notes during lecture, and my study time was focused. Did you take notes on the readings? Did you do recommended endofchapter problems? Did you rebuild your pie after the ALEKS Knowledge Check? Did you talk about the course material with other students? Did you go to office hours? Did you use the sample exam? Did you test yourself in some other way? Did you complete the Exam 1 Knowledge Survey (in Canvas)? Was your study time focused, or did you multitask while studying? 5. How many hours did you study for the exam? Was this enough time to get the grade you wanted, or should you have spent more time preparing? Should you have spent your study time differently? I spent about 8 hours preparing for the exam. I think my grade accurately reflects this. I could have spent more time talking to other students and going through end of the chapter recommended problems. 6. Fill out the table below for every question you missed on the exam. (If you need more rows, put your cursor in the last box of the last row and press tab.) Your exam version: ____ e i e e e t i r o p i f r o n n o Questio e l i o n Type of r r M u number question a a o o i Other Reason C M s C D List all that u apply from the Mark an X if thQs reason applies Explain list below. 1 Derivation X 1. I mixed up the facts I 8 Derivation X know about entropy. 11. True/false X 8. I marked the wrong 14. Interpret a X answer on my answer picture sheet 22. Interpret a X 11. I thought I understood graph why termolecular reactions don’t occur, but I mixed up 23. Interpret a X graph my reasoning 26. Derivation X 14. I forgot the details of the nature of entropy. 22. I did not think all the way through the questions and their answers. 23. I had incorrectly answered 22, which threw off my answer for 23. 26. I did not pay attention that the question was asking about the entropy of the surroundings. Types of questions may include: true/false, calculation, equation, derivation, interpret a graph, interpret a picture, draw Lewis structure. (You can also suggest other types.) 7. Examine the questions that you answered incorrectly on the exam. To what extent did these items come from a specific set of class materials (readings, lectures, recitations, ALEKS, endofchapter problems)? To what extent did they focus on certain topics? Did you tend to misread the questions? Were you careless? Did you run out of time? I misread a couple of questions. Many of the questions I did get wrong were derivation questions on topics that I got confused about the details on. Many of these topics I believe were covered in the end of chapter problems. 8. Set a goal to get a certain percentage correct on the next exam. Consider what you found to be effective from your study for this exam. What study strategies and schedule will enable you to earn that score? (Be specific – it is not sufficient to say, “I’ll keep doing what I have been.”) My goal score on the next exam is 75%. I am going to do the end of the chapter problems after each lecture, and continue to attend lecture and complete my ALEKS objectives. Before the exam I will complete the same example multiple times, and go in to office hours to ask about questions I get wrong on the sample exam.
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