12-May-09. Exam scores and course grades are now available at the Rutgers Gradebook (login with your Rutgers NetID and password). The high grade on the final was 94 (three students). If you would like to look over your final exam, please see Dr. Huskey in 214 Olson Hall from 9-10 on Thursday or Friday (May 14 or 15).
Wed JAN 20 Chapter 1: Alkanes Mon JAN 26 Chapter 1 Wed JAN 28 Chapter 1 Mon FEB 02 Chapter 2: Unsaturated Hydrocarbons Wed FEB 04 Chapter 2 Mon FEB 09 Chapter 3: Alcohols Phenols and Ethers Wed FEB 11 Chapter 3 Mon FEB 16 Chapter 3 Wed FEB 18 Exam 1 (Chapters 1-3) Mon FEB 23 Chapter 4: Aldehydes and Ketones Wed FEB 25 Chapter 4 Mon MAR 02 Chapter 5: Carboxylic Acids and Esters Wed MAR 04 Chapter 5 Mon MAR 09 Chapter 6: Amines and Amides Wed MAR 11 Chapter 6 Mon MAR 16 No class: Spring Break Wed MAR 18 No class: Spring Break Mon MAR 23 Chapter 6 Wed MAR 25 Exam 2 (Chapters 4-6) Mon MAR 30 Chapter 7: Carbohydrates Wed APR 01 Chapter 7 Mon APR 06 Chapter 8: Lipids Wed APR 08 Chapter 8 Mon APR 13 Chapter 9: Proteins Wed APR 15 Chapter 9 Mon APR 20 Chapter 10: Enzymes Wed APR 22 Chapter 10 Mon APR 27 Exam 3 (Chapters 7-10) Wed APR 29 Chapter 11: Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis Mon MAY 04 Chapter 11 Mon MAY 11 Comprehensive Final Exam (8:30 Conklin 100)
Text: Seager and Slabaugh, Organic and Biochemistry for Today, 6th ed. (Brooks/Cole).
End-of-Chapter Homework Problems
(also work the in-chapter "learning-check" problems)
Ch 1: 5,8,13,14,17,18,20,22,23,24,25,29,30,34,37,41,44,48, 52,53,58,60 Ch 2: 3,4,5,6,12,18,25,26,27,33,39,51,52,58,63 Ch 3: 3,4,5,6,7,8,10,14,17,22,23,24,26,27,36,42,47,48 Ch 4: 4,6,8,15,18,20,22,24,26,28,32,36,42,48 Ch 5: 6,8,10,16,24,28,34,36,38,46,54 Ch 6: 4,6,14,18,20,28,30,32,46,47,50,52 Ch 7: 2,3,4,6,8,10,12,20,28,30,43,50,52 Ch 8: 1,2,4,5,6,10,13,22,27,42,43,44,49 Ch 9: 2,4,8,16,28,34,41,42,43,46,50 Ch 10: 1,11,14,18,24,26,29,38,48 Ch 11: 1,3,6,8,12,24,26,30,32,37,40,43,48.
Spring 2009 Office Hours (218 Olson Hall)
Friday 9:00 - 10:00 (Check the announcements section for occasional changes to this time).
Or by appointment (email@example.com)
The best way to contact Dr. Huskey is through email: firstname.lastname@example.org . He rarely checks voice mail and he is often far from a phone.
Three 80-minute exams will count for 50% of the course grade, and a comprehensive final exam will count for the other 50% of the course grade. To avoid any need for make-up exams, the score on the final exam can be used to replace the lowest score of the 80-minute exams (or an 80-minute exam missed for any reason). Letter grades will be assigned according to the following scale (scores are percentages of the maximum possible points): A (100-85), B+ (84-80), B (70-79), C+ (69-65), C (64-55), D (54-45), F (44-0).
If you need assistance, study tips, or have questions about the course material or homework problems, see Dr. Huskey during his office hours, meet with him at the end of a lecture period, make an appointment to see him at times other than his office hours, or contact the Learning Center for other options.
The Learning Center in Bradley Hall can provide various types of assistance:
- Free Tutoring. If there are enough requests at the Learning Center for tutors, free tutoring will be provided.
- Academic Coaching. If you would like advice on how to develop better study habits and skills, make an appointment with a learning assistant at the Learning Resource Center.
- Add/Drop period: January 20 - January 26
- Last day to drop with a "W": March 30
- Full Calendar (NCAS is school 21, CON is school 25)