The following table is a list of upcoming review sessions organized by the Q Center. Everyone is welcome to attend, no prior registration required. Just drop in! Some of our sessions are streamed online – if so, you can find a link below to watch it live.
Q Course or Topic  Date  Time  Location  Description  Facilitator  Streaming Link 
STAT 1100 
Thurs, 11/29 
5:306:30 pm 
SCHN 151 
Review of Probability Distributions, Sample Mean/Proportion, and Confidence Intervals  Jacob 

CHEM 1127 
Fri, 12/7 
12:00 – 1:00 pm 
CAST 212 
Review of topics under gases, chemical bonding, thermochemistry, stoichiometry of chemical reactions and common topics in chapters 19  Reuben  
PHYS 1502 
Fri, 12/7 
3:00 – 4:00 pm 
CHM A120 
Review of general E and M concepts, Electric Fields, Electric Potential, Circuits, Magnetic fields, Lenz’s law, and motional emf.  Jack 

MATH 1070  Fri, 12/7 
3:15 – 4:15 pm 
CAST 212 
This review will cover matrices (multiplication, Gaussian elimination, etc), using matrices to find the solutions to system of equations, along with all the Exam 1 and Exam 2 material. It will closely mimic the review packet that has been sent out.  Sweta 

STAT 1000/1100 
Sun, 12/9 
1:302:30 pm 
CHM A120 
Hypothesis Testing: One & Two Sample Ttests / One & Two Sample Proportion Z tests  Jacob 

PHYS 1501 
Sun, 12/9 
57 pm 
CAST 212 
Review of the following: 1.) Linear Kinematics, Linear Dynamics, Work, Kinetic and Potential Energy; 2.) Conservation of Momentum & Collisions, Rotational Kinematics, Rotational Dynamics, Statics, Conservation of Angular Momentum; 3.) Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves & Sound, Fluids, Thermal Physics 
Saman 

MATH 1131 
Sun, 12/9 
7:00 – 8:00 pm 
CHM A120 
This review session will consist of example problems intended to prepare students for the Calculus I final exam. Topics that may be covered include limits, derivatives, applications of derivatives, integrals, areas, and volumes.

David 

MATH 1071 
Mon, 12/10 
9:30 – 10:30 am 
CHM A120 
Review of the anti derivative, Usubstitution, Definite integrals, Area beneath a curve, Area between two curves.  Kyle 

MATH 1132 
Mon, 12/10 
4:00 – 5:00 pm 
BUSN 106 
This review is for the cumulative final exam for MATH 1132. The review places an emphasis on material covered after exam 3 (Sections 10.110.4). Some of these topics include curves defined by parametric equations, calculus with parametric curves, polar coordinates, and areas and lengths in polar coordinates.

Kelly 

CHEM 1124 
Mon, 12/10 
6:00 – 7:00 pm 
CAST 212 
This review will briefly cover topics from each of the chapters covered throughout the entire semester.  Molly 