College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Physical Science 100
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The syllabus outlines course policies and shows you how your grade will be calculated. Students are expected to read and understand this material.
The class schedule specifies the reading to be done before class and gives the deadlines for homework and exams.
Homework assignment are due each Friday at 5:00 PM in your TA's box.
Vocabulary quizzes are here.
You can test out of Physical Science 100! It will not hurt your grade to try, and it gives you a preview of what the exams are like.
Check Your Grades
Use this link to see the grades that we have recorded for you. If you don't see your quiz scores, register your clicker using the link below.
Register Your Transmitter ID
It takes several days after you add a course for your name to appear on the rolls.
You can use your clicker before it is registered.
Teaching Assistants are regularly available in the walk-in lab to answer questions about the material and course policy.
Contact your Professor
Your professor is available to answer questions or help with problems.
Practice problems, videos, and other study aids
Students can use these practice problems to help gauge how well they are understanding concepts.
During the chemistry chapters students can use these models to help them visualize the molecules being discussed.
Evening Class Packet
The evening class is a little different because it only meets once a week. If you are in the evening section, use this packet.
online section class
Independent Study Course Material