Points Possible for Chemistry First Semester 2001-02

 

 

 


Homework: Points:


Where the heck is it in my textbook 5


Conversion Worksheet 30


Chapter 1 10

Chapter 3 30

Chapter 7 30

Molarity HW 10

Chapter 8, balancing equations 30

Down the Drain 10

PADs 10

Chapter 9, Stoichiometry 35

Element project 30

Quantum review sheet 20

250pts.

 

Labs:

 

Bubble 40

MgO 40

MgCl2 10

Chewing gum 20

Hydrate 20

Barking Dog 20

Double Displacement 20

Stoichiometry/Baking soda 40

210pts.

Tests:

 

Conversion quiz 76

Chapter 1 and 3 mole conversion quiz 70

Chapter 7 quiz 72

Balancing/molarity quiz 70

Balancing, 1-3, 7-8 test 150

Stoichiometry test 130

Quantum mechanics test 144

712pts.

 

Final exam:

 

Part 1 140

Part 2 140

280

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final points:

 

250pts. Homework 15% (of your grade)

210pts. Labs 15%

712pts. Tests 50%

280pts. Final 20%

1452

 

Play the fantasy final

 

1st

Find your total amount of points in the class (example 1250 out of 1452). Your on-line grade should now include every single point you should have before the final.

 

2nd

 

Subtract your total points from the overall final points to find out how many points you need on the final to get the grade you want

(example to get an A+: 1452-1250=202pts. So you would need 202 pts).

(example to get a B+: 1306-1250=56pts. So you would need 56 pts).

 

Please note: If your need exceeds 280 points you wont be able to get that grade.

 

How many points you need total in the class to get:

 

1452- 1307pts. = 100% - 90%. (A)

1306- 1162pts. = 89% - 80%. (B)

1161- 1016pts. = 79% - 70%. (C)

1015- 871pts. = 69% - 60%. (D)

870- lower = 59% - lower. (F)