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Test Bank

When I was an undergrad, my fraternity would keep what we called a "test bank."  The basic idea is to pay it forward - we would save our old tests with correct answers in a big file cabinet.  We organized the file cabinet by class and professor so whenever you were in that particular class, you could just pull up an old test to help you study.  Almost none of the professors ever used the same test twice (there were a few!) but the old tests were a big help in finding out what kind of questions to expect and what the professor expected you to know.  Reviewing old tests is one of the best, and most time-efficient ways to study.

I figure, why not digitize it and make it available to everybody?

Here's the problem.  I don't have access to any of my old tests at the moment - so I'm going to have to rely on all of you to help each other out!  If you have any of your old tests, or as you take new tests, remember to save them, please send them to me in an email, and I will put them up here so others can use them.

If you don't have the test in digital form, and don't have a scanner or a friend with a scanner, you can take it in to Kinkos and they can scan it for you for a small price.  You could also type it up if you're really commited!

In any case, if you have a digital copy of an old test - please email it to me at ta@askthetachemistryhelp.com

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