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Chemistry Diagnostic Test

Chemistry Diagnostic Test

The department has prepared a simple diagnostic test that evaluates whether you are ready to take Chemistry 1211.  We encourage all students to take it.

  • The test diagnostic assesses your readiness for college-level freshman chemistry. 
  • It is composed of numerical and conceptual questions. 
  • It is taken online, so there are many ways to ‘cheat’ the test and improve the score. 
  • But why cheat? There really isn’t much point.  The only purpose of this test is to get you into the right class so that you succeed

 

For more information or to sign up for the test, contact

Doug Stinnett, Ph.D.
Academic Advisor for Chemistry
Office: 407 Chemistry
Email: stinnett@uga.edu
Phone: (706)542-3723

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    Main office phone: 706-542-2626 

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    Head of the Department: Prof. Gary Douberly