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CHEN 3AA0 Chemical Engineering Progress Assessment II (Concepts Inventory Exam)
 

Summary: CHEN 3AA0 Chemical Engineering Progress Assessment II
(Concepts Inventory Exam)
Instructions and Information for Students
(Revised January 5, 2012)
This document is intended to familiarize students with the Auburn University Department
of Chemical Engineering Progress Assessment II which is also referred to as the Concept
Inventory Exam (CIE). The following material discusses the nature of the CIE and the
CHEN 3AA0 course including the manner in which they are administered.
Purpose: The purpose of the CIE is to improve the department's educational program by
determining the extent to which students can successfully recall, apply and explain
chemical engineering principles. The requirement that each student successfully pass this
CIE with an acceptable score ensures that all graduates of this department have
demonstrated adequate proficiency in chemical engineering principles and concepts.
Furthermore, information from this exam process will allow the department to identify
subject matter and content needing additional coverage or a different approach to its
instruction.
Nature of Exam: The CIE consists of 16 multiple choice questions and 6
explain/describe questions. Students should choose which 15 (of the 16 available)
multiple choice and which 5 (of the 6 available) explain questions are to be graded. The
questions to be omitted from grading must be marked (in a column on the exam sheet) or

  

Source: Ashurst, W. Robert - Department of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University

 

Collections: Materials Science