Aljazera

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Does anyone have the Bubble Sheet from behind the Chem 2 and/or Physics book.

I don't have access to scanner. Thanks.
 

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Actually, it's probably better if you don't do it on the bubble sheet because when you grade yourself, it is easier taking notes and putting comments next to your answers on a regular sheet of paper. You can't really do much on a bubble sheet.

Just my opinion though,

-LIS
 
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Aljazera

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I was not asking for advice on how to study.

I have 10-section notebook I use for answer explanations. I find it a waste to use pages of the book to write my answers.

I do calculations in my note section (if i can't do them in my head).
 

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I don't see how using just a left corner to number your questions and write answers wastes the page. You can write the explanations right next to them so you have the question reference to the explanation but do whatever you've been doing it, you seem set on the way you're doing it. I was just suggesting a different way.

-LIS
 

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Pro-Tip, you can make your own large-type answer grid by hand:

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Bubble sheets are so 2005.