The instructions that follow will be the ones you see at your lab exam on Wednesday night. Please read and digest them, and if you do not understand them, please ask for assistance prior to the exam. Instructions • Please write your name, ID number and lab day in the spaces provided. – • Circle your lab instructor’s name, and lab day and time. • There is to be no communication between students…that means no borrowing erasers, no hand signals, no communication. If you make a mistake, scratch it out. If you've run out of room, use the space in the margins or at the end. • Turn off all cell phones and other communication devices. They must be stored away in your jackets or packs. Don’t give more info than required…if I want you to explain your answer, I’ll ask you to explain it. BUT, give enough information to answer the question! Q: “How can you tell there is a simple sugar in this solution?” A: “By the colour.” This is NOT sufficient. That answer can also be used for “How can you tell that there is NO simple sugar in this solution.” What is it about the colour (i.e. what colour is it) that leads you to your conclusion? Instructions, continued • One question gets one answer (unless otherwise stated). – NO information in parentheses will be looked at. Either something is part of your answer, or it’s not. • No questions will be answered during this exam. If you have trouble with a question, answer it as best as you can and make a note of the question (and the problem with it) on the back page of your exam. We will take this into consideration during marking if many other students have the same problem. • Spelling counts. You will not necessarily lose a mark for an incorrectly spelled word, but you may, depending on: – how badly it’s spelled – how routinely the word is used – etc. • After the first run through of the slides is done, we will review the slides at 20 s each. Any Questions?