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There is a nal exam at the end of this course. It contains questions drawn uniformly from all the chapters in the book. Take it when you have nished all four sections, all four section tests, and all of the chapter quizzes. A satisfactory score is at least 75 percent correct answers. With the section tests and the nal exam, as with the quizzes, have a friend tell you your score without letting you know which questions you missed. That way, you will not subconsciously memorize the answers. You can check to see where your knowledge is strong and where it is not. I recommend that you complete one chapter a week. An hour or two daily ought to be enough time for this. When you re done with the course, you can use this book, with its comprehensive index, as a permanent reference. Suggestions for future editions are welcome. Now, work hard! But, be sure to have fun! Best wishes for your success. The Hon. Dr. Dale Pierre Layman, PhD
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