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River Hawk Review Courses

Note: In order to qualify for this program, you must have taken the respective course during the Fall 2022 semester. The cost of the program is $250. Please indicate on the form if you need financial assistance to complete the program.

Chemistry I

The program for CHEM.1210 Chemistry I runs from December 27 through January 15. The Chemistry I Review Session will be taught by Professor Bhavna Gupta. Classes and tutoring will be held via Zoom. The final exam is scheduled in-person for January 12, time and location TBD. You may take the final exam only if you have attended all review sessions. The grade you will earn on the January 12 exam will replace your Fall 2022 final exam. Your letter grade will be recalculated and changed if it has improved. All other parts of your Fall 2022 letter grade will remain the same.

Chemistry II

The program for CHEM.1220 Chemistry II runs from December 27 through January 12. The Chemistry II Review Session by Professor Mike Brown. Classes and tutoring will be held via Zoom. The final exam is scheduled in-person for January 12, time and location TBD. You may take the final exam only if you have attended all review sessions. The grade you earn on the January 12 exam will replace your Fall 2022 final exam. Your letter grade will be recalculated and changed if it has improved. All other parts of your Fall 2022 letter grade will remain the same.

College Writing I, College Writing II and College Writing Studio

The program for ENGL.1010 College Writing I, ENGL.1010S College Writing Studio, and ENGL.1020 College Writing II runs from December 27 through January 6 from 2 to 4 p.m., taught by Professor Bernadette Stockwell. Classes will be held virtually via Zoom. The student MUST be present and attentive with the camera on for the whole meeting. To qualify for the program, you must have completed 75% of the course work and be nominated by your professor. You will hand in your work to Professor Stockwell at the end of the session and she will forward it to your original professor for grading.

Computing I

The program for COMP.1010 Computing I runs from Wednesday, December 28 through Thursday, January 12. Seven virtual sessions will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9 to 10:30 a.m., with a supplementary final exam to be administered in-person on the UMass Lowell campus on Thursday, January 12. To qualify for the program, you must have received a grade of D to C+ during the Fall semester. To qualify to sit the supplementary final exam, you must participate in at least six of the seven virtual sessions, including completing programming problems prior to each session. You should budget three hours solving the assignments prior to each session. You will be required to show your work during the virtual sessions with your classmates and the instructor. Your new grade will be based on 30% of the COMP.1010 grade you received during Fall 2022 and 70% of the supplementary final exam. Your grade will be updated if your performance improves your overall grade. If your overall grade at the end of the program is B- or higher, you will be allowed to continue with COMP.1020 Computing II during the Spring 2023 semester. To enroll, please complete the Computing I Contract Form before Tue Dec 27. Email the instructor at fouzi_takelait@uml.edu if you have questions about the program.

Organic Chemistry I

The program for CHEM.2210 Organic Chemistry I runs from December 27th through January 13th, taught by Professors Hyeweon Hwang and Khalilah Reddie. Classes will be held daily, virtually from 9 to 11 a.m. You must have completed CHEM.2210 during the Fall 2022 semester, taken at least 5 quizzes and the final exam, and have earned a letter grade of D or F. Your Fall 2022 grade will be revised based on your performance on the final scheduled for January 13. This exam is worth 30% of your overall grade. You will be awarded the higher grade, whether it be from the program final exam, or the cumulative final taken at the end of Fall 2022.

Organic Chemistry IIA

The program for CHEM.2220 Organic Chemistry IIA runs from December 27th though January 13th, taught by Professor Hyeweon Hwang. Classes will be held on daily, virtually from 4 to 5:30 p.m. You must have completed CHEM.2220 during the Fall 2022 semester, taken at least 5 quizzes and the final exam, and have earned a letter grade of D or F. You Fall 2022 grade will be revised based on your performance on the final scheduled for January 13. This exam is worth 30% of your overall grade. You will be awarded the higher grade, whether it be from the program final exam, or the cumulative final taken at the end of Fall 2022.

Organic Chemistry IIB

The program for CHEM.2230 Organic Chemistry IIB runs from December 27th through January 13th taught by Professor Khalilah Reddie. Classes will be held on daily, virtually from 4 to 5:30 p.m. You must have completed CHEM.2230 during the Fall 2022 semester, taken at least 5 quizzes and the final exam, and have earned a letter grade of D or F. You Fall 2022 grade will be revised based on your performance on the final scheduled for January 13. This exam is worth 30% of your overall grade. You will be awarded the higher grade, whether it be from the program final exam, or the cumulative final taken at the end of Fall 2022.

Precalculus I

The program for MATH.1200 Precalculus I runs from Wednesday, December 28 through Friday, January 13. Seven virtual sessions will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from Noon to 2 p.m., with a final exam retake to be administered in-person on the UMass Lowell campus on Friday, January 13. To qualify for the program, you must have received a grade of C- to C+ during the Fall semester. To qualify to sit the final exam retake, you must participate in at least six of the seven virtual sessions and successfully complete all Aleks modules by the last virtual session. You should budget no less than five hours solving the assignments prior/after each session. You will be required to show your work during the virtual sessions with your classmates and the instructor. If your score on the final exam retake, at the end of the program, is B- (80%) or higher, you will be allowed to continue with MATH.1230 Precalculus II during the Spring 2023 semester. To enroll, please complete the Precalculus I Contract Form before Tuesday, December 27.