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Extractions: Chemistry 1010, Xavier University of Louisiana Study Guide for Skills Module on Graduate Schools Website: http://www.xula.edu] [To related "Grad School Handouts"] [ To bottom of this page This module was extracted from General Chemistry Handbook Volume I by JW Carmichael, et. al. (Stipes Publishing, Champaign, IL, 1997). Students in Chemistry 1010 earn points for completing and turning the short "take-home quiz" below in exactly the same manner they would earn points for passing a chemistry content exam. Additional information about this and other special features of Xavier's General Chemistry course can be obtained from the course syllabus at this website. A broader perspective of the numerous other activities designed to help students succeed in entry-level science courses at Xavier is available from the "Standards with Sympathy in the Sciences" page or the references available on XU's Premed website. Reading Assignment: "Grad School Handouts" available from your instructor or from the Premed portion of XU's website. Guide for Your Lecturer: None. This module will not be covered in lecture.