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CHEM1230-25 Key EXAM1B F19

**COLLEGE TIPS** RECENT REAL EXAM!! College is not like high school. Reading and learning by heart the textbook is NOT a good idea. The best way to succeed in college is to UNDERSTAND the OBJECTIVES of that subject, and PRACTICE again and again!! These questions in the practice test cover all the problems we learn in Chemistry, from easy to difficult level for everyone with multiple-choiced and open-ended questions. You should spend 55 minutes to do this test. Track your time, and pretend it to be your real test!

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